Well, the suspension is installed and I got it all aligned by the best shop in town "Garbis" This guy's garage is cleaner than an OR.
I have to say that I was very surprised with the suspension behaviour, In opposite to my rear Teins the konis are a lot smoother. They really absorb and don't just bounce as the teins do.
An autocross guy told me one day that teins were'nt that good of a suspension, they are way too stiff and creates a bouncing effect. Since I am a drag racer, I guess my teins will be giving me that rear stiffness required to limit weight transfer while the konis in the front will manage the track to allow for maximum traction.
They really feel in control of the road, they are very predictable and comfortable. Now I really need to get rid of my 195-60/14 Dunlops, the sidewalls are way too soft and wobbly.
The big brakes I'm intending to install next year will require 15 inches, so ill be shopping for new tires in the mean time.
Mirage Turbo 1989 11.323 @ 130.25 mph
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