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Was at a dyno day last Saturday and the guys were telling me that my car sits too high in the rear. I told them I have eibach drag springs in there. They said to take out the spring isolators to bring the rear down some. Would that lower my CG? If so, I thought having a lower CG doesn't help weight transfer? The front are coilovers so those are easily adjustable but don't know if lowering the rear would help me 60' better or itd slow me down. Thanks.

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Depends on what the IC and AS are. Tire height, balance of the car. Million things come into play to make statements without more info.

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Thanks Tim. Couldn't tell you what my IC or balance ratio is. But my AS I believe is 0. I guess I could always make a pass then come back to the pits and take them out and make a pass. Being if I leave the front unchanged it'd move the IC back further.

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