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      09-04-2013, 08:40 PM   #1
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blisstein PSS10 owners please chime in

Looking to see how low these go in front, have heard they drop really low even on highest setting. I have pretty good size tires in front 245/35/19 PSS and really don't want it slammed.....I currently have BC BR and they look like this....I can still go lower our higher.
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PSS10 can go lower to about half of your tire wall. The highest setting is similar to stock OEM height. The spring rate of the PSS10 is soft for DD comfy but I dont think it's good if you want to slam it down.
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PSS10 can go lower to about half of your tire wall. The highest setting is similar to stock OEM height. The spring rate of the PSS10 is soft for DD comfy but I dont think it's good if you want to slam it down.
Thanks for the info but I have decided to go ohlins R/T.
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You dont like BCR?
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You dont like BCR?
Love my BC BR just wanted to see if there us better to be had. I like the design of the ohlins but miss the top adjustability of the BC but ohlins do adjust at the bottom.
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PSS10 can go lower to about half of your tire wall. The highest setting is similar to stock OEM height. The spring rate of the PSS10 is soft for DD comfy but I dont think it's good if you want to slam it down.
Wrong. Highest setting is like 1.25" lower than sport suspension.
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Can anyone comment on additional differences between the PSS9 vs PSS10, other than the additional adjustment setting?
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