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Old 03-04-2013, 06:33 PM   #21
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well ****...my infantile level of experience has shown itself. Apologies and edited
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700/400 are on with the poly bushings. Drove it to work the last couple of days and it is just fine for the street. Very happy I didn't go with lighter springs. It's not exactly plush on all surfaces but very nice. My wife may not notice. She'll probably notice more how harder it is to get out of since it's about 2" lower!
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700/400 are on with the poly bushings. Drove it to work the last couple of days and it is just fine for the street. Very happy I didn't go with lighter springs. It's not exactly plush on all surfaces but very nice. My wife may not notice. She'll probably notice more how harder it is to get out of since it's about 2" lower!
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The wife finally drove the Miata now that the weather is warmer. I added HD door bars also. She said the door bars are not an issue and she didn't notice any difference in the ride? Amazing ride
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I run 850/500 in a Miata that weights 1,950 dry. I think it could use more spring. This on the doubles.
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