- Dec 29, 2022
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- Current Rides
- ‘23 392 XR, ‘22 JLUR XR, ‘21 JLR, ‘94 YJ
I come from sports cars and bikes so I always end up upgrading the suspension. Always looking to turn or corner faster. I was lucky enough to attend the Army’s evasive driving course at Fort Leonard Wood where you learn to drive flat out.I keep seeing the Clayton springs so curious what the benefits are for a Pavement Princess? Same goes for the steering stabilizer? Are you getting better handling in corners I'd guess? My 392XR seems to ride great for me but I am also coming from a JK that hasn't been stock since 2013.
My excuse for upgrading this time was adding the winch.
Best bang for your buck on the pavement is the longer MOPAR front LCAs. Cheap and easy to install. More caster. Better cornering.
Stock stab is fine unless you‘re feeling a little too much wobble going fast over bumps like expansion joints.
I’m happy with the 392 XR shocks but feel like I have to upgrade to match the Clayton’s. Debating either Accutune Fox 2.0s or Falcon 3.3s.