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    If possible, get the suspension (shocks, springs, dampers) from Australia. Else good tyre's are your best bet at the moment.
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    I am not satisfied even with Yokohama and Michelin. .... Bro, you have to get used to this suspension now...
    Drive Hard or stay Home............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engineer1 View Post
    I am not satisfied even with Yokohama and Michelin. .... Bro, you have to get used to this suspension now...
    Which Yokos and Michies are you referring to? Please post pictures if possible. I absolutely do not guarantee that your ride's suspension will transform into peanut butter but I can assure you that with the correct tyre selection you can slightly reduce the hard supension effect. By how much? Well, that solely depends upon the individual as to how he perceives it.
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