Originally Posted by yokemad
How about On Rubber/Carpet? Have you Tried Lower Shock Towers on Carpet with and with out 2.5 Chassis??
Does it necessary to go for 2.5 Chassis On Rubber/Carpet??
How much are the Lower Shock Towers in UK
I haven't yet had the chance to try the shock towers etc on carpet, I should get the chance next weekend.
Arguably it isn't necessary to get any of this stuff
but I felt it did help the car on asphalt that didn't have much grip, so I would have thought it would be even better on carpet.
The feeling from a couple of the guys (far more experienced decent National drivers..unlike me) was that changes to the suspension were not having any effect on the handling problems they were trying to solve no matter what they did (this was on carpet/rubber), they put this down to the possibility that the 2mm chassis with all the holes etc 'might' be a bit too soft so grip was being gained through chassis flex, not suspension movement.
In case your wondering, I will be buying another 2.5mm chassis for my brushed car (I still use the standard top decks at the moment).
The lower towers are £8.50 before VAT.
If you think any of these bits might help you, try the shock towers first as they are far cheaper than the 2.5mm chassis