Quote, originally posted by Super 180s »
You want the car to be high on the road, and low on the track. On the road, you have to deal with bumps, ridges, potholes, catseyes, unknown road conditions etc. Suspension travel on the road is your friend. The more you have, the better.
Anyone who slams their car on the road isn't interested in performance, therefore has no reason to be driving an R32.
Guy pretty much everyone understands how a suspension should work but to say you dont deserve to drive an R32 is crap...I love my car to death but its a CAR...not every wants to be an effin race car driver haha...this is why i dont post in the R forum lol