Few here have the skill to use either suspension to it's full potential.GabbaGabbaHey said:I think 1 sec is a real big difference if you are "racing", especially if you are going multiple laps, it adds up. Plus, some of the vids showed rain, so maybe the track was wet and the lss tires didn't fare as well.
I need to do a lot of driver's ed and track time before I can truly say that my skill level is up to using the lss suspension at its potential.
I assume you are refering to the 1 sec between lss and stand suspension. 1 sec is a real big difference if you are "racing", especially if you are going multiple laps, it adds up. Plus, some of the vids showed rain, so maybe the track was wet and the lss tires didn't fare as well.ivan1 said:Not much difference
Ivan. off topic but this kinda reminds me of road bicycle forums where enthusiasts debate the merits of Al Vs Ti bicycles, with the former usually being stiffer and more responsive and the later being more compliant and forgiving. The Aluminum bike (generalizing here) is best for a short crit race where instant speed is all important, but on a stage race, 100 miles or so, the Titanium bicycle won't beat you up and one can ride with less fatigue. Horses for courses.ivan1 said:I guess I was thinking as someone who plans on using the car on-road rather than tracking it. In that case I don't think the difference will be noticeable ...