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« Reply #15 on: July 30, 2011, 02:54:14 AM »

Most recomendatios are to leave the rears attached... but as I said I do believe it allows for better corner exit acceleration ... it, like any mod does carry a down side though. It is all about having a happy medium.

I have spent a lot on several alignments, it gets expensive!! But I know what I now like...and I still haven't gone the way of chassis stiffening, or sways and links!.

Do you have any suspension tuners locally?
I don't know what you mean by suspension tuners but I got aligned at a specialty shop called R/T Tuning. I may reinstall the rear bar to begin with since its just laying around, and see if I like it better. Don't wanna start buying stuff, I am still waiting on my MiataRoadster shifter!  Cheesy

Maybe I just need more seat time, or maybe it's all just in my damn head because of that picture!  Cry
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« Reply #16 on: August 01, 2011, 10:44:46 AM »

Suspension tuner....some one who specializes in suspension finalizing.
Typically do corner weighting, alignments, setting up the dampening from real life to track settings. ie, doing shock re-valving, or just adjusting the knobs.

Miata mjim told me about a place in Mass...its a drive for you,  but he specializes in miatas.
I'm sure you can find someone a tad closer though.
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