softening suspension damage it?

Asked by Feb 01, 2014 at 11:56 PM

Question type: Car Customization

I drive a Toyota Mr-S and have installed a
BC suspensions. Settings are set to 9 out of
1 to 16 settings. Any tiny lump or bump on
the street gives a big reaction to my car
which makes it very uncomfortable. If i set
my suspensions lower to soften the
springs, will it damage my suspensions?
and is there any other parts of my car I
should look into to minimize the sensitivity
of my car? Thanks

2 Answers

Put your factory set-up back in...problem solved~....or a brand new OEM setup~ many engineering hours were spent on the design of this suspension...do not second guess the Engineers...okay~?

https://www.google.com/#q=toyota+mr2+stock+suspension+kit&tbm=shop&s pd=823823105210210431

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