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Old 01-11-2019, 09:39 PM
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Default Coilover Choice For 997.2 4-5 HPDEs per Year

Been looking to change out my stock suspension for coilovers (not a fan of replacing just the springs). My plan is to run about 4-5 HPDEs per year (for this year. It might increase if I can find more time). Iím not too concerned about cost, if they are the right choice. However, $10k for Penske is not a choice I would make. $6k is my limit I guess. I have PASM, but Iím not too concerned about losing it for the proper setup. From what Iíve read PASM doesnít work quick enough for the track. Here is the list I came up with.

Olins Road & Track
JRZ RS Pro Sport
JRZ RS Pro 3
KW Clubsport 3-way
KW Clubsport 2-way

With only 4-5 track times per year, is 3-way overkill? Iíve got to think long term. Donít want to buy again.

Thanks for any input.

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Old 01-12-2019, 04:42 PM
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DSC Sport Tractive DDA RT with their aftermarket PASM controller. A little above your budget, but it retains the variable mode damping for more street comfort while providing the ability to tune the damping reaction.

https://www.dscsport.com/porsche/#997
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Old 01-16-2019, 03:24 PM
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The recommendations for suspension choice depends on how much street driving you plan to do. If you are daily driving, I'd go for the Olins Road & Tracks; from what I hear they are excellent dual duty suspension. I got a great deal on some lightly used JRZ RS Pros and am very happy with them, but I do not DD my car (2012 Cayman R). Firmer than stock for sure, but livable enough on the street to get to events and an occasional fun drive.

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One of the characteristics with a JRZ damper is that you will get an even more comfortable ride on the street, dial it in as the factory suggests, and then an extremely more competent car when/if tracking by just adjusting the few clicks you also will be getting a recommendation on from JRZ.
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