Date: Mon, 05 Jul 2004 12:55:40 GMT
From: Bob <nonamenospamace.com>
Subject: Re: 900NG handling improvement suggestions


On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 16:05:00 -0400, ma_twain <ma_twainnospamo.com> wrote: > > The hazards of lowering a car for better handling is the possible >damage from speed bumps and other road hazards. I have a 900S and a >lowered 900 Turbo. The 900S handles the pot holes and speed bumps >better because of the softer springs and higher ground clearance. The >turbo has no body roll in the turns but the CD player skips when I hit >bumps fast enough because of the stiffer springs. > >But then who needs a CD player when you have the muted roar of the turbo >as you power through the turns of a back country road :-) My CD skips too on the turbo's slightly stiffer suspension. But, I just attribute it to a poorly designed CD player. It can't be the car or my driving, both are top notch. :-)

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