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Old 06-05-2012, 10:53 AM
solstice solstice is offline
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highyo is correct on all three. It's the EDC button, I don't have EDC and it's not a deal breaker IMO. The passive suspension is excellent for road use. Taut but never harsh and stiff enough to handle spirited driving with ease. When it comes to replacing suspension parts you will also have more to choose from and it will be a lot cheaper. What you miss is the ability to stiffen up the car further when you track it. If you are like me who like a really stiff car on the track it can matter if you are going to track it frequently but still use it a lot on the road. I'm not going track mine often and if I change my mind there are plenty of aftermarket parts for a relatively small cost to stiffen it up. Also, If you like a softer ride the comfort mode with EDC could be of interest to you. I'm not sure how much softer it is though. Subtle Pros and cons and I think most will be happy with either.
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