I had Nitron triple adjustable shocks on my track Exige S. They were amazing shocks that took me an entire track season of adjustments (and documentation) to dial them in for my car and the various tracks I was on. In other words, almost infinite amount of adjustments that you really need to figure out to get the best performance out of them. Not exactly what you want for the street.can you walk me though your thought process to go with the SA rather than Penske DA shocks? I'm trying to decide myself for a mostly street car. I've been leaning towards DA.
this is my concern. I'm a n00b with sus setup. I can see myself less happy with more control. While I was thinking DA was the way to go, I'm def re-considering as I can certainly see the downside of too much information given my ability level and use case.Do the math, each shock would have 40 settings for compression and 30 for rebound as well as spring pre-load.
Fred, you must be inside my head. I keep thinking about a supercharger but I promised myself that I’d drive the Elise for a year before making a hard decision. Luckily I’ve been driving “classic“ Lotus twin cam cars for several years and have gotten used to 150HP. And I find (on a road car) with the proper suspension set up you can have some pretty exhilarating drives on back country roads without huge amounts of HP. At least that’s what I keep telling myself.......Beautiful build! Enjoy those Singles. Sad to say, once you put them on you'll be saying "what the car needs now is more power....."