Maxxed out torsion bars - Ride quality

Neogixxer Jul 22, 2017

  1. Neogixxer

    Neogixxer Test Drive

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    I've researched but cant find a solid answer.

    I have my torsion bars maxxed out. About 1.5 lift with low profile bump stops (0.5 gap) on 3' Bilstein shocks, Calmini UCA.
    Would re-indexing the torsions bars help my ride quality at all? Or does it have more to do with the gap spacing that effects the ride quality? Cause I have a 0.5 gap

    Right now my ride quality is like being in a lowered car. Its really stiff were bumps and potholes are a nightmare.
     
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2017
  2. Prime

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    Maybe a little. But the bigger difference would be upgrading to the HD torsion bars that have a higher spring rate. You're just running a PML?
     
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    Stock torsion bars, Calmini UCA, lower bump stops, Bilstein shocks, AC shackles
     
  4. Prime

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    Oh, so you already have UCAs. Yeah, you should definitely be running the upgraded torsion bars. That'll improve your ride quality a LOT. My suggestion is the SAW bars that 4x4Parts sells.
     

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