forddeliveryboy Posted May 14, 2013 Share Posted May 14, 2013 Getting more fed up with silly low profile rubber and over-strong anti-roll bars. Fondly remember driving Saab 99s and 900s which did without, unless it was the 16 valve turbocharged models. And they managed perfectly fine, no nasty heeling over and the like. Too many moderns don't grip well at speed on less-than-perfect roads as the 'sway bar' constantly jiggles the suspension about, it's as if they're designed for the school-run-Mum who is always on a bit of smooth urban ring road or going round a roundabout. I'm always overtaking drivers who are taking things so gingerly when its wet and the road is bumpy and curving - always in something ancient on skinny tyres and with old-fashioned suspension which tries to keep the body from moving up and down with the road. It's good to have both front wheels gripping through corners, not just one. Think quite a lot of 70s and 80s British stuff did without. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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