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      06-15-2012, 11:51 AM   #1
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Hi Bro! Any recommendation for PSS Setting plan? Did front sway bar/cusco any help to get a shaper corner....? Thx for the comment !
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I personally run KW V3's... but there are many people on this forum who run PSS10's. The setting really depends on what level of comfort vs performance you want.

But most people here are running quite stiff settings i.e. 8 front & 9 rear.
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i sat on a f6 / r4 or a f6 / r5 and it felt pretty good

my s5 is currently running 5 / 4 or 4 / 3 cus i prefer comfort :P
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My settings are F9 / R8 and I've got H&R front and rear sways and a Cusco top bar
I really like the handling but could be a bit harsh for some... No complaints from my GF so it should be ok!
Suspension settings are very personal, play around with it until you find one you're comfortable with bro.
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The setting of my PSS10 was front 6 and rear 4, i think this setting strikes the balance between performance and comfort
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My setting also F6/R4! Any help if install the Cisco strut bar to get sharper corner!
Do let me know the up coming event, love to join... Cheers!
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My setting also F6/R4! Any help if install the Cisco strut bar to get sharper corner!
Do let me know the up coming event, love to join... Cheers!
Sure, check out the forum for the meets. It's usually posted here.
How does the F6/R4 feel?
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My setting also F6/R4! Any help if install the Cisco strut bar to get sharper corner!
Do let me know the up coming event, love to join... Cheers!
Sorry, forgot to mention. The tower bar is only one aspect to help with better cornering.
Obviously lots of factors come into play - suspension settings, strut bars, toner bars and the tires you use.
Some members are using Mich PSS and they swear by it. I'm on Nitto Invo tires and it's working great so far.
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What if harder at front and keep the same as rear, will it improve the cornering ? Mine with 18 factory rims and wearing PS2 at the moment! Gd on dry and little slip in rain! I might get the cusco strut if this really help!!!
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What if harder at front and keep the same as rear, will it improve the cornering ? Mine with 18 factory rims and wearing PS2 at the moment! Gd on dry and little slip in rain! I might get the cusco strut if this really help!!!
If you don't have sway and strut bars installed, I wouldn't go much stiffer up front as the car is already a little understeer together with a rear real drive.
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