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      08-14-2012, 05:49 PM   #1
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TireRack suspension classes. Was this right???

Is it that H&R flipped the meaning of "touring" on me, or does this just not make sense???

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Justin: so looking at your website
Justin: you have the following options
Justin: (Premium, Performance Street, Autocross/Track)
Ross: Performance street would be good for you
Justin: As I am looking for the least aggressive option you are saying that performance street is less agressive/more compliant, than premium.
Ross: eys
Ross: yes
Justin: So according to tireracks analysis the H&R touring cup suspension will be more aggressive than the H&R Sport Cup Suspension
Justin: *than
Ross: right
Justin: ok
Justin: thanks
Ross: Ride will be stiffer and not as comfortable
Ross: thanks
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      08-15-2012, 03:39 PM   #2
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Sounds like sport is the more aggressive kit




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Is it that H&R flipped the meaning of "touring" on me, or does this just not make sense???

See below.


Justin: so looking at your website
Justin: you have the following options
Justin: (Premium, Performance Street, Autocross/Track)
Ross: Performance street would be good for you
Justin: As I am looking for the least aggressive option you are saying that performance street is less agressive/more compliant, than premium.
Ross: eys
Ross: yes
Justin: So according to tireracks analysis the H&R touring cup suspension will be more aggressive than the H&R Sport Cup Suspension
Justin: *than
Ross: right
Justin: ok
Justin: thanks
Ross: Ride will be stiffer and not as comfortable
Ross: thanks
Ross: Thank you for chatting with us. We value your feedback. Please click the "End Chat" button at top right to answer a few questions about your experience with us today.
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      08-16-2012, 11:29 AM   #3
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