You into sales now?:mhihi:Only afew people at moment are jumping on the JRZ suspension, yet it's big in States with EVOs (AMS Evo, Gates Evo) and in Europe with a strong history on winning Porsche Cup cars. I have been running the JRZ RS Pro 2 way suspension and it's transferred my car for sprints and track work, just losing out on title with less power, supposedly poorer tyres, and with less driver experience. I know they go all way up to mega high end 4 way suspension setups, which Chris was working with the other day.
Speak to Chris @ C1-R. If budget was no option and I was running in TA, then I would go for some JRZ still. Just bought the book on suspension dampening written by Jan Zuijdijk who is the founder of JRZ and previous head of design and engineering for Koni back in the day... Impressive stuff.
Huh?...I run tein super racing rs....so not me being a "salesman"...I wouldnt recommend tein to anyone:lol:And here we go again. Everyone pumping what they run/sell.
A good setup, using any of the top brands will see you right.
Mark iv got tein superstreets which iv had on the car for a few years now,to crashy for my liking and is only used for the road. Obviously the ohlins are the best in both catagories with the valving for comfort and handling compared ?General statement:lolnly one trader offered to sell something.
For me on the road suspension Ohlins have the edge and worth the money.Mark iv got tein superstreets which iv had on the car for a few years now,to crashy for my liking and is only used for the road. Obviously the ohlins are the best in both catagories with the valving for comfort and handling compared ?