Well if you time it right next year it's possible I could have both my car and the Shelby GT I autox here at the same time. Both on Koni's, but of course the SGT is on the Eibach springs it comes with (being an F-stock autox car, I can't change them even though I think there are better springs).Jon said:Thanks Sam, I’m quite familiar with true double adjustable shocks and what there advantages are on the race track. They are probably not necessary on a street car, and my Bullitt is a street car. The only advantage that I see on a street car is that you can dial in the compression and rebound that you like without changing out shocks or revalving them so that they match up with the springs along with fine tuning the chassis. Since I was thinking of making a spring change this would help. I thought pay once and get all the adjustments possible and maybe this would be the cheaper way to go. I’ll continue to have to think about this. It seems to me that the only difference in the Bullitt chassis over a standard GT is the shocks with more compression and rebound. That’s just a seat of the pants determination.
If I get a chance I may come up and see your car, and would also be interested riding in one with a spring change. I already have too many money pits (that’s what I’m told) and have to make the best decision . Thanks again Sam