Originally Posted by AWBimmer
It is very low and I don't know what to adjust the damp settings to lol. I'll be making a call to BC this lunchtime to get more info LOL.
Sumil, yeah I do want to but can't help think I'm ruining the perfectly rideable stock look and throwing around money on something that could take weeks / months to perfect..... let's see. I'll deffo raise, adjust the damp setting to make if soft and not dashboard bouncy LOL and go from there... does anyone know anything about these damp settings etc?
From how low the car looks it appears that whoever fitted the coilovers has set them to the lowest setting possible, and then just fitted them.
That's fine if all your interested in is how the car looks,if you want a car that's driveable, you also need to play around with the settings to reach a compromise between both,and erring on the side of whats a practical car to drive on a daily basis.
Did you not have any input on what you wanted?
If you just wanted a slammed look,that's certainly what you've got!
Fitting coilovers is easy,the hard part is getting the settings correct,and is something that is best done by someone who knows what there doing,and in conjunction with what you want/need.
I suggest you look around locally for a specialist who knows what there doing,and could sort out the settings that are required in a relatively short period of time.
Have you had a four wheel alignment carried out since having the coilovers fitted?