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Originally Posted by Steve@Rennsport View Post
If you replace the torsion bars with coil springs, you'll need a complete cage that connects and triangulates all of the suspension pickup points, otherwise you get a flexy flyer and an unresponsive car.

The main reason to use coilovers on a 911 is when you cannot get high enough spring rates with torsion bars.
Getting proper droop travel on a rally car also calls for coils. Stiff indexed t-bars on cars seem to have a huge impact on one of the most importing things on gravel, droop. Also, I'd love to see someone instrument a car with String pots and the like to actually validate Steve's hypothesis.
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