u have a limited number of setting with PSS9's ...what is it 9 dampener settings?BMWERKEN said:I just don't see what KW V2's have to offer over the PSS9's besides emptying your wallet...I mean they both are height and dampening adjustable, and they are both quality brands...what gives?
treid coordinating something w/ Eddie and the crew...but jack frost snuck up on us too faste46craze said:KW all the way....no complaints here...and if you really want to lower your **** go KW (end of story)
and JOHN wassss uppp man???? what happened to our EP/NIM meet....too damn cold now...but NIM will be in South Beach for Hot Import Nights this coming weekend
have you had the PSS9s to say that they arent worth it?H&R M3 said:i also have the KW's and i love it too. It's true its more expensive but its worth the money in my opinion:thumbup:
:werd: save yourself some money and get the pss9's, no sense in paying more for features you won't fully use.Anthony said:
have you had the PSS9s to say that they arent worth it?
from reading the whole thread, he doesnt want it too stiff, so the wider range of dampening the KW2 offers is not needed. If he is worried about stiff, then more likely he wont be hitting the track, so the KW3 is way out of the question.
If all you are looking for is a nice drop, and dampening to match that of the stock feel, PSS9s should be fine. Althought, the KW2 will give you a flush drop front and rear. I found the max drop for the PSS9 in the front to still leave a 1 finger gap.
Cant go wrong with either setup really. But there is no point in overkill if you arent going to use the full range of options on that package.