The Koni sports do make a nice allrounder road/occasional/ low budget track setup but i think your right what you have now is far more capable longterm, spring rate and ride heights are another issue when you stick with a stock strut type so for what your doing more adjustment is the keyMatt Scarbro wrote: ↑Wed Feb 20, 2019 12:03 pm
Cheers Ian, I do like Koni Sports myself, probably what I should have done from the outset with this car, but at least it’s sorted now and I think I’ve got something more capable than I would have had with the Konis in the end.
How are you getting on with the MR2? I’ve always fancied one!
MR2 is good fun for very little money, ive done 2 x half days on track with it so far, 1st was very cold/wet december at Oulton just after buying it and it scared me to death! what with dodgy/loose suspension fixing from previous owners sloppy workmanship and old/poor tyres, hence only doing half a day!.....2nd one at cadwell couple of weeks ago was dry and this time with new Federal RSR tyres, suspension properly tightened up (still stock dampers just lowering springs) and it was a much better day learning what the car can and cant do, just like a stock MX5 they lack power down the straights but its a whole heap of fun in the twistys chasing other cars ....there is a lot to learn from the chassis finding how brave you can be and now with decent dampers keeping body under control i will be able to push/explore more next time, extra power may come later in year but for now i will just enjoy it as is trundling down the straights and braking as little as possible for the corners