Originally Posted by toastedoats
yeah, i have put about 300 miles on it already.. brief summary
Great improvement, very little body roll at all now. The car drives like its on rails now. Steering is much tighter and has better feedback
Ride quality is slightly rougher - of course - but not terrible, i have the firmness set halfway between firm and soft. Even railroad tracks still are not bad to ride over at any speed.
I honestly don't mind a rough ride. My parents owned an Audi S4 with some stiff as hell suspension, and I loved the road feel. Even on long trips and casual driving, it keeps me aware of the road. The only thing that bugs me would be the sound, but I always listen to music so it'* not a problem.
I'm hoping to get some new suspension on my car soon, but I want to get it done right from the start. I'm going to do everything at once (sway bars, strut tower braces, struts, springs).
Oh and your car looks 100x better and 1000x sportier. Good job.
1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GT, mod list: CAI, more to come...
Sound: Kenwood X889 w/ 800 watt amp. Boston SL95'* rear, SX50'* front.
Appearance: Short antenna, projector headlights, custom grills