2006 Granite Xterra Off Road
Join Date: Nov 2015
Location: Chino Hills, CA
Yeah it really depends on the most use, handling DOES change. I just came back from wheeling and FSB-delete first time helped quite a bit on flex and traction, happy with that! But, driving up and down those mtn roads did give more roll, sluggish, you do need to adjust driving style. And Iím already on Radflos 600lb springs. With stock spring at about 450lbs could be dangerous.
But, here was one observation I found. At first I aired up to 32 psi on my KO2s on the way down, steering and handling still sluggish. Then I aired up to 40 psi, recommended for daily drives, big improvement! Those taller sidewalls will make a difference with air pressure alone. Steering was sharper, handling less lean on turn-in. Worth a try.
- - - never ending story - - keep wheeliní
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