Whether you’re driving low and slow, and setting up your suspension for performance applications, tuning your vehicle’s suspension to efficiently put your engine power to the pavement and play nicely with your tires.
It’s common for people to overlook their vehicle suspension when performing upgrades.
From specialty setups for racing, to optimizing your daily driver, the pros at COBB Tuning do an excellent job of explain the ins and outs of suspension tuning, and educating viewers on why the critical suspension parts and tuning techniques matter, covering springs, shocks and struts, sway bars, end links, and bushings.
Watch the Cobb University video on suspension tuning here:
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