Are you planning on sticking with the stock sway bars as well?
I don't know of any certifications that can replace going to actual race tracks and setting up race cars using a stop watch and a good driver and that is what he does for Stance.Hm, I disagree with the stock sway bar recommendation. What kind of certifications does the Stance guy have? Anyway, nice coils!
Suns, it all boils down to the type of racing/driving you'll be doing the most. With that said, you mentioned canyons, so solid sways are a must for optimum performance.
Lastly, I do think that wheels and tires are more important, but again, do not discredit my suggestion. I too have a lot of racing experience.
Oh and the time factor... Yes that may be affected. If so, it is usually marginal either way.
Hm, I disagree with the stock sway bar recommendation. What kind of certifications does the Stance guy have? Anyway, nice coils!
And you quoted my suggestion only to say what again? LoLThe team at Stance have plenty of experience in a multitude of different environments. Can't argue with all the trophies earned on Stance suspension.