Ok, thats what I was looking for. If I switched to Ohlins, what would I immediately notice (other than a badly deflated bank acct.)?I may be misunderstanding the question but your factory suspension will last many many years without any trouble. If you plan to wait for your suspension to wear out before an upgrade it'll be a bit..
From a performance gain standpoint our Ohlins kits perform far better than new factory suspension and often with better ride quality.
I track my car, so my main problems with pasm was not responsive enough for consecutive corners, and not stiff enough with track tires.Specifically what were the dfifferences...what issues solved?
Thanks for that. I never track but ride "briskly" on twisting mountain roads frequently. I feel like the front end loses contact in some curves with bumps/whoops--usually the inside wheel. Just doesn't feel as planted as I'd like. Same for higher speeds.I track my car, so my main problems with pasm was not responsive enough for consecutive corners, and not stiff enough with track tires.
After swapping to Ohlins, car has no more laziness to it and with spring rates double of the stock pasm, it's able to hold up the car midcorner with track tires.
I just noticed Tarret has a new kit:
Anyone know any benefits to this kit over the above kit? Says it is a "bladed swaybar"Tarett Engineering designs and manufactures high-performance suspension components for Porsche racing. Our products include fully adjustable hollow swaybars for your Porsche 996 & 997 . The light-weight hollow sway bars are half the weight of a solid bar with the same stiffness. They are...www.tarett.com