Ha, You probably just opened this cause you thought someone smart was answering my question.
Wtf? Think logically about this. The angle on the cv joint gets better as you lower a car. the angle gets smaller, causing less stress on joint.Mike said:I was getting my 90 AWD alligned after installing Ingalls rear upper control arms. I was adjusting for to much camber resulting from lowering springs (1.7 inch INTRAX).
My mechanic, who is extremely knowledgable regarding performance mods to all kinds of cars, says that because of the severe angle of my CV joints (Due to the lowering springs) I'm much more vulnerable to breaking axels. I hope to be making @ 450 HP when I sort out boost retard or water injection (I won't bore you with all the mods).
So, my question is: If I'm not into sexy ride height and I'm more into performance (Especially Drag racing), would the 1g AWD platform benefit more from stiffer springs at stock ride height than lowering springs? I think I know the answer, but alot of you guys reading this could help "splain" this to me better. Thanks