RickM848 wrote:I’m even more confused. In Street class do you have to run an aftermarket shock to be able to change the bump stops, or is it legal to do with the stock shocks?
In SCCA 'Street' you can change the stops with stock shocks or aftermarket, but pretty much everyone wanting to be competitive goes with our KONI Sport shocks for numerous advantages in performance over the stock shocks. First, the lower pressure koni lower the car a bit, gives you a lot more negative camber which you really need to get the tires on the ground in the turns. Second, the Koni are adjustable so they further help us re-balance the car with the screwed up SCCA Street class rules that allow us only one sway bar change. Third, when the KONI rear set to full stiff and the car driven aggressively the KONI can actually 'jack down' and sit on that stiffer rear stop a little which further helps balance the front stiff sway bar pretty well (with front KONI set much softer, I did 1.5 turns from stiff at the front and never touch it, rear KONI goes to full hard for autocross events and I dial it full soft as soon as event is complete.).