I've just fitted Gaz height adjustable dampers with new standard sprint springs from Rimmers. At the same time a full Poly bush kit was fitted. It drives great and now corners impeccably, however i'm glad i didnt fit the uprated springs as it is borderline tolerable on the road as it is.
It is sitting about as low as i dare go, although its not seen a track yet it feels like it would be the perfect setup considering how well its handling been thrown in to the twisties.
I did a fair bit of forum digging before taking the plunge on standard springs. Seems like the way to go especially if you want to use it on the road also.
Thanks. It will be 80% road use and maybe 20% sprint and track use.
When you write that it is as low as you dare go, is that because of the shock settings or the springs?
If its 80% for road, I'd go standard springs if your fitting stiffer bushes to. Mines an 1850 though so i think your carrying an extra persons weight, 90kg ish.
Its as low as I dare go due to ground clearance, It handles like its on rails but the ground clearance of my subframe and exhaust mounts leaves a little bit to be desired when your faced with a speed bump. The shocks have enough adjustment to pretty much drag the under carriage along the floor.
I'd say Gaz are the most common adjustable damper going on Dollies from what I see. Readily available, good value and on par with competitors.