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luvnoldcars

ever changing set up on 2010-12?

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after finding a good suspension set up on your local track will it work for all others with close to the same soil or do you have to make changes for every track. my 06 has had the same set up for years. the only time i make changes is for indoor tracks.

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I constantly change things on my suspension. Even when I think i have it perfect I still changes things around from time to time just to make sure there is nothing better.

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I constantly change things on my suspension. Even when I think i have it perfect I still changes things around from time to time just to make sure there is nothing better.

Once you start tuning suspension in earnest, it never ends. Because no one has yet devised the perfect suspension, it's all a compromise of some kind to conditions, and because of that, the compromise becomes less perfect when the conditions change. You make a change and A is improved at the expense of B; you evaluate whether the change is better or worse in net terms, and stay with it or try something else.

Then you try something else. :thumbsup:

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I had the 06 and I have a 10. The 10 has full Enzo suspension on it. I would agree that the 06 is less sensitive to track changes. The 10 is great but I do feel it is more sensitive to setup (especially front effecting back and vice versa). That said the stock setup on the 10 is really superb. It's only when I did the revalve and tried to eek out the most of it that I started to notice how sensitive it was. If you use the stock suspension I don't think you'll have much adjustment except if you're a fast intermediate or pro. Anyway, just my opinion on a highly subjective topic :thumbsup:.

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