You read my mind! Which sway bar did you use, and where did you fasten it ?
(I'm considering finding a bar I can fasten to the frame rails and the lower
A arms close to the ball joints as in most other cars I've seen.)
On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 1:53 PM, Smit, Theo <Theo.Smit@dynastream.com>wrote:
> The sidewall height of the 185-70's is going to be (theoretically) about 5%
> more than the 205-60's. So that will get you a little more compliance. The
> bigger difference, if any, will come from differences in the tire
> construction. Are the 205's you have performance oriented? If so, then
> to a street-type tire will help.
> I found a large difference in ride quality from removing the traction
> and going to Dan Walters' torque arm; and from changing the front swaybar
> have proper bearing blocks and attaching them to the control arm only at
> outboard ends. The stock suspension flexes the swaybar even on normal bump
> rebound, and that and the friction in the OEM swaybar mounts makes the
> suspension harsh.
> I'm also running 205/45-16 tires, and 450 pound per inch front springs. CAT
> springs and Koni's in the rear.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:tigers-
> > email@example.com] On Behalf Of denis mercier
> > Sent: July 29, 2010 11:26 AM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: ***SPAM*** [Tigers] Need help
> > Hi listers.
> > I use my Tiger with 205/60/13, traction is good but suspension stiff, i
> > would
> > like to have a smoother ride, if 185/70/13 Michelin are better ?
> > Thanks !
> > Denis.
> > B382000926LRXFE
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