Koni Yellows, rear end jumpy on bumps
I have installed Koni Yellows all around on my 2012 V6, along with Steeda Sport springs in the front. Since the Steedas only lowered the front end by ½ inch, the 1 inch drop in the back was too much, so i reinstalled the rear stock springs.
Car drives great on most surfaces and is a blast around the track, but the rear end gets jumpy over sharp bumps. The stock Pony Package suspension used to float and the rear end would dance on bumps.
I can adjust the front Konis from full soft to 1 full turn up front and they are firm, in control and never uncomfortable. But i am already at full soft in the back and i wish i could go softer. A sharp bump on the road makes the rear jump a bit, but the Konis take the hit and settle, keeping the car in control. It is just a bit annoying and distracting
Only mod in the back is a BMR adj phb.
Anybody fixed that behavior of the live axle? What would better LCAs with better bushings do for this?
Canadian 2012 V6, MT, Perf.White Pony Package (3.31 gears). Koni Sport Shocks & Struts. Steeda Sport Springs w/HD Mounts, Route 66 SpeedShop 55D rear spring kit. Boss 302 Strut Tower Brace. BMR Adj PHB. BFG G-Force Sport Comp2. Pioneer TS-D6802R Front SPeakers, Clarion 80W/Ch Amp. JL Audio 8 Inch Sub And 175W Amp. GT500 Steering Wheel. 2012+ Tilting Headrests