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      01-15-2020, 08:05 PM   #55
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Originally Posted by ///Mac View Post
Nice car.

In my experience, there's no such thing as a track and street build. There will always be a heavy compromise one way or the other.

Cars that do great at the track will suck on the street and vice versa.
Yes and no. It does suck in terms of ride quality when its set in the harshest setting and I put my track tire+wheel and race pads on.

But if you are willing to have a complete street set up like PS4S+street pads and 15-20 clicks softer setting Id say its tolerable on the street. Way better than OEM but also comfortable for 2-4hr long drives.

This whole comfort and daily thing is really different among people. Some say its comfortable some can't even stand a stock M2 suspension so🤷