I am confused. How did you manage to get only one side lowered in the first place? Was there a noticable lean in the car?
It is amazing what a few milimeter will do, isn't? I'm glad you got it figured out and it is handling better. I'm curious, how much was it off by?STARDOC said:The car was not noticeably leaning. Infact you couldn't tell that the ends were off unless you measured them off the ground&wheel rim, which is what I ended up doing one day. Thats when I realized that it had been lowered unevenly and possibly why it acted so erratic in high speed corners. My bad for not doing it right away but I erroneously assumed that it was done correctly in the first place. The dynamics are now considerably different, even when driving straight over ripples. Just an observation.