Right where do we start , there is a very well respected indie here in the UK called Millbrooke cars Sheffield , they deal with all the regular supercars and have many years experience working and training for the larger Main Dealers , so they have plenty of street cred so to speak , i talked this over with Andy when i first got my 4200 coupe nearly 3 years ago re Having the FD springs when they were just coming out , his reply was that the existing stock springs can be lowered safely, but giving the same ride but far better handling,
He suggested that in conjunction with lowering the adjustment, to have the springs professionally altered/ adjusted by a local machine shop spring specialist to suit, they had carried out this procedure on around 20 odd cars over the years without problems , the whole car sorted all for the princely sum of £75 a quarter thats £300
My 4200 drives and looks as good as my Gransport so it can be done , the only downside is that its not reversible if your not happy with it , but after 3 years and many track days im still every bit as pleased with the car , as i was when i had it done i trusted him and his experience and it payed off, one of the reasons i havent sold it and keep the two.
I know i sounded a little controversial , sorry i didn't mean too, and as stated earlier in my post fair play, Jeff does some extremely good products, but from an outsider of this (predominantly US forum) some people think thats all there is out there , and that any other products are an arm and a leg, not so my friend,
The kids have grown up / sensible bit over/ now i can play again with big toys
Last edited by lozcb; 04-12-2010 at 09:47 AM.