How would this translate to real world driving applications though? What do you mean because i have the two piece driveshaft I won't be able to notice anything? My car is very smooth with no clunks on decel or while cruising I can hear more road noise than my car on the highway.
Back on topic what does the lcas being off, or however tiny amount they are do? I haven't had any extra wheel hop, and I have accelerated a couple of times on bumpy roads knowingly to test the dampening with the sprigs and while there was wheel hop it was not bad at all and if anything was more controlled than stock. And it's winter time, stock with my 215 tires and stock springs I would wheel hop like crazy all the time. Now none of that is to be found, even with my lca being off like you say. I might get a pair soon though just to plant the rear even more.
Sorry to say but I think a lot of these things are just sold to make money off you. Your stock things, IMO, with a 1.5 inch drop or less, and good quality progressive rate springs, will hold up fine for at least 30k miles. Than you will need to buy the things you bought in the first place that won't be so good after 30k miles to begin with,if you did it "right" and gave the vendor your buying the things from 1k instead of 200 dollars. so why not use what you are currently paying every month for l, than buy new mods after your stock things wear out and need to replaced anyway.
Also, for me, it's more gratifying doing one mod at a time so I can see the cost and return for every mod I do individually. All just IMO. Sent from my iPhone using AutoGuide.com Free App