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Old 04-06-2014, 12:46 AM   #226
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Is this on the rears? I'm running a 285/35 on an 10" wheel. Stock 1LE up front. I've been thinking about the next set of tires being on 10.5" Forgelines running 295/35-20 all around.


Also how would you describe the ride feel? In the context of a daily driver?
I just re-read my post and noticed I didn't specify the spacers were required on the fronts 9.5" X 20" 275-40/20. I was planning on switching to Michelin Pilot Super Sports with the 285's up front. I may have to re think that as I think they're at least 1/2" wider--or more--than the 275's. The rears are Continental Extreme Contact DWS's 315-35/20 on 11" X 20" and there is no problem with clearance there. I'm not sure of the offset, but I think they are different front to rear.

The noise is starting to bother me more, I may have to resort to the NVH cancelling mode to not hear it (Jimi Hendrix "All Along the Watchtower" at volume 28+)
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Hmmm... I need to talk to Jordan and Tyler and find out what the deal is. I currently run the 1LE/ZL1 wheels 20x10 front and 20x11 rear. With Michelin PSS 285/35-20 front and 295/35-20 rear. My plans are to eventually run 295/35-20 Michelin on 10.5" all around.

I need to fugure out if this is going to be a problem. Generally Coilovers are used to make more room for wheel/tire combos.

I'm hoping you have a really odd situation going on that isn't going to affect us all.
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Hmmm... I need to talk to Jordan and Tyler and find out what the deal is. I currently run the 1LE/ZL1 wheels 20x10 front and 20x11 rear. With Michelin PSS 285/35-20 front and 295/35-20 rear. My plans are to eventually run 295/35-20 Michelin on 10.5" all around.

I need to fugure out if this is going to be a problem. Generally Coilovers are used to make more room for wheel/tire combos.

I'm hoping you have a really odd situation going on that isn't going to affect us all.
Good luck with all that....My situation is similar with a clearance issue in front with coilovers and my track tires which are 19x20x10 with 295 Toyo R888s....

There are a lot of factors....off-set, camber, ride-height, tire-brand, etc....Just sayin' there are no quick answers to what will work and what won't...and you can't "blame" it all on the coilovers...It boils down to what you would like your set-up to be, then a little trial and error, and perhaps some changes....

I'm "close" to getting what I want to work.....but there's no concrete yes or no answers to every combination...
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Good luck with all that....My situation is similar with a clearance issue in front with coilovers and my track tires which are 19x20x10 with 295 Toyo R888s....

There are a lot of factors....off-set, camber, ride-height, tire-brand, etc....Just sayin' there are no quick answers to what will work and what won't...and you can't "blame" it all on the coilovers...It boils down to what you would like your set-up to be, then a little trial and error, and perhaps some changes....

I'm "close" to getting what I want to work.....but there's no concrete yes or no answers to every combination...

Well let me ask this. Is there more or less room than the stock struts? If there's more room than it's an improvement. I just need to know if my current set up will fit. Basically a ZL1 combo.

I am getting a Percy's Wheel Rite and a Fender roller with the right camber settings I'll get something big to fit.
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Well let me ask this. Is there more or less room than the stock struts? If there's more room than it's an improvement. I just need to know if my current set up will fit. Basically a ZL1 combo.

I am getting a Percy's Wheel Rite and a Fender roller with the right camber settings I'll get something big to fit.
I would say there usually is more room with the coilovers as long as you stay below the spring perch with the top of the tire....once you get the spring and spring perch lower than the top of the tire, depending on the ride-height you want, is where you will probably have issues...then widths, off-sets, camber, etc., are more of a factor....
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I would say there usually is more room with the coilovers as long as you stay below the spring perch with the top of the tire....once you get the spring and spring perch lower than the top of the tire, depending on the ride-height you want, is where you will probably have issues...then widths, off-sets, camber, etc., are more of a factor....
I need to talk to Jordan and or Tyler tomorrow. As long as there is room added it's a win/win to me. I just don't want to take a step backwards in that area.

I was just really surprised when I saw mention of a spacer needed up front with a smaller wheel and tire than I already have.
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At one time I knew the offset on my Forgelines, I think it was 35 and 40 front and rear, but I'm not sure. Jordan set front camber at either -.5 or -1.0, probably the latter. I'm sure Forgeline can make your wheels with any offset you want (provided the tire doesn't hit the fender). I can tell , subjectively, my fronts do look offset more to the outside now, but it is very slight. Plus, I had Jordan lower my car an additional 1/4" from the Pedders ride height, maybe that has something to do with it. As far as I'm concerned the car's stance is now right where I want it, even though I find the front chin diverter scraping more on some driveways, my carbon fiber splitter isn't hitting so I'm OK with it.
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It was my car that JDP installed the Ridetechs on. Here's my early subjective feelings comparing these with the Pedders Xa's they replaced.

My Pedders had over 50,000 miles on them and the car started to feel a little looser than previously. I know I could have stiffened the Xa's to compensate, but I had a little more money than sense so I decided to make a switch. The Xa's were a little rusty but had not leaked any oil and otherwise looked pretty good after almost 4 years on a daily driver.

In addition to the Ridetechs I had Jordan replace the Pedders bushing inserts with the Prothane solid urethane bushings, swap out the Pedders sway bars (which were good BTW) with his used Pfadt bars with the ZL1 style in the rear. At the same time JDP installed the Granatelli dimpled and slotted rotors, Motul 600 fluid and new Hawk ceramic pads.

My first impression is the car feels more controlled now and rides better over most surfaces, except sharp bumps or uneven concrete expansion joints. In short, the Ridetechs are more noisy than the Pedders, especially in the rear. This may be a function of the new stiffer bushings and the fact the shocks are solid, or bearing mounted. I don't think there's any rubber at any attachment point. The Xa's did have some rubber on the front top mounts, but I'm not sure about the rears.

The Pfadt sways make the car corner flatter, and the car generally feels more responsive. I left the Pedders differential bushings in place and that has always given me more NVH from the get-go.

I'm picky about noises, despite being 65 years old and having high frequency hearing loss, I seem to hear every little rattle or thunk. But from a performance standpoint I'm a happy camper.

I was passing a semi that had made a right turn at an intersection and as I went into the left lane he veered to the left lane. As I was accelerating in 1st pretty hard I also swerved to my left and nailed it even harder. The car was quick, stable and responsive during the entire manuever and the shift into 2nd just went as smooth as butter. I'm pretty sure the jerk semi-driver (well I'll cut him some slack, he was a trainee) was impressed--I sure was!
That is a very fair and honest review of the Ridetech coilovers. They perform great but there is some "clunking" when you drive over high impact bumps. The performance advantage out weights that in my opinion but it is very subjective.

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I would say the most noticeable noise I have is in the rear. It sounds like loose lumber in the trunk when I go over sharp bumps. (I checked, there's no wood back there) There's a kind of "slap" sound in there too. I had an almost identical sound in the rear with the Pedders, but that was more prominent on the right side. The Ridetechs are noisier on the left side. I'm not entirely unconvinced the noise could be exhaust system related, as I have a 3" Magnaflow cat-back and the clearances for the pipes could be tighter in some areas. I also think it might be possible my left rear fender liner could be loose and slapping over sharp bumps. I noticed a fastener missing where the liner meets the rear diffuser, and my car just got out of two months in a body shop where it was completely torn apart. They may have missed a bolt or fastener somewhere.

I just had another thought...I haven't experimented with the rebound adjustment yet, maybe if I went to a softer setting some of the noise would go away. Over the next couple of weeks I'll try different settings and see.

Also, does anyone know what the spring rates are on the Ridetechs vs stock vs Pedders? If the springs are markedly stiffer that could be adding some to the noise
We checked the exhaust and it isn't making contact anywhere under the car. I would have to imagine something could be loose in the body with everything that had been repaired.

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One more observation in comparison with the Pedders Xa's. The Ridetechs required a 5 mm (I think) spacer on the hub to get sufficient clearance for the tires which are 275-40/20 Continental Extreme Contact DSW, mounted on Forgeline MD3P 9.5" X 20".

The Pedders did not require any spacers. Jordan tells me I have enough threads for proper lug nut torque so not to worry. I'd have to see the two coilovers side-by-side to see why there is less clearance with the Ridetechs. Depending on wheel brand, width and offset you may or may not have the same problem.
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I just re-read my post and noticed I didn't specify the spacers were required on the fronts 9.5" X 20" 275-40/20. I was planning on switching to Michelin Pilot Super Sports with the 285's up front. I may have to re think that as I think they're at least 1/2" wider--or more--than the 275's. The rears are Continental Extreme Contact DWS's 315-35/20 on 11" X 20" and there is no problem with clearance there. I'm not sure of the offset, but I think they are different front to rear.

The noise is starting to bother me more, I may have to resort to the NVH cancelling mode to not hear it (Jimi Hendrix "All Along the Watchtower" at volume 28+)
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At one time I knew the offset on my Forgelines, I think it was 35 and 40 front and rear, but I'm not sure. Jordan set front camber at either -.5 or -1.0, probably the latter. I'm sure Forgeline can make your wheels with any offset you want (provided the tire doesn't hit the fender). I can tell , subjectively, my fronts do look offset more to the outside now, but it is very slight. Plus, I had Jordan lower my car an additional 1/4" from the Pedders ride height, maybe that has something to do with it. As far as I'm concerned the car's stance is now right where I want it, even though I find the front chin diverter scraping more on some driveways, my carbon fiber splitter isn't hitting so I'm OK with it.
The coilover to wheel clearance would be a non issue if the off-sets we're spec'd correctly. I generally build a little more into the wheels we offer so we can get maximum camber. I would like to see the lower front mount on the Ridetech's have a greater off-set between the damper and the mounting point for greater camber adjustment range.

We have your front camber at -1.1* at the moment but we'd be hard pressed to do an aggressive autocross/track alignment with your wheel combo.

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You aren't the first to comment on noise. That has me concerned. I want these but I don't want noisy.

What are we talking about? Subtle in cab noises or something that the guy in the car next to you will hear?

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I don't mind a little bit of NVH. I just don't want to turn my car into an unbearable mess like some of my older cars. The majority of my cars have ridden like go carts they also were noisy too. I love how my car only makes "good noises".

I like to define things by if it would appeal to the 20 y/o me or the now 40 y/o me.

So if it's "just a little bit louder" I'm good with that. I'll probably call Tyler @ JDP in a week or so.
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Hmmm... I need to talk to Jordan and Tyler and find out what the deal is. I currently run the 1LE/ZL1 wheels 20x10 front and 20x11 rear. With Michelin PSS 285/35-20 front and 295/35-20 rear. My plans are to eventually run 295/35-20 Michelin on 10.5" all around.

I need to fugure out if this is going to be a problem. Generally Coilovers are used to make more room for wheel/tire combos.

I'm hoping you have a really odd situation going on that isn't going to affect us all.
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I need to talk to Jordan and or Tyler tomorrow. As long as there is room added it's a win/win to me. I just don't want to take a step backwards in that area.

I was just really surprised when I saw mention of a spacer needed up front with a smaller wheel and tire than I already have.
The noise level is acceptable given the performance advantage of a bearing set up IMHO. I only noticed it on large bumps or big impacts such as a man cover or pot hole.

There shouldn't be any issues with the 1LE wheel fitment as they have a good off-set. Please feel free to call, email or PM us anytime with questions.

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Thanks for the info Jordan. I knew there was somebody I was forgetting to call today. I'll be calling Tyler before long here.
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Hmmm... I need to talk to Jordan and Tyler and find out what the deal is. I currently run the 1LE/ZL1 wheels 20x10 front and 20x11 rear. With Michelin PSS 285/35-20 front and 295/35-20 rear. My plans are to eventually run 295/35-20 Michelin on 10.5" all around.

I need to fugure out if this is going to be a problem. Generally Coilovers are used to make more room for wheel/tire combos.

I'm hoping you have a really odd situation going on that isn't going to affect us all.

I'm running 20x10.5's with 295/35-20's Michelin PSS (Ferrari 105y) all around now and I can tell you there is not a lot of room up front even with the Pedder's coilover...I know Jordan runs them too on a 10" wheel...you are really going to have to nail the offset to run them up front.
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I'm running 20x10.5's with 295/35-20's Michelin PSS (Ferrari 105y) all around now and I can tell you there is not a lot of room up front even with the Pedder's coilover...I know Jordan runs them too on a 10" wheel...you are really going to have to nail the offset to run them up front.
I better measure a few times then...

I wonder if the RideTechs are sized similarly to the Pedders/BC's...

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FYI. The temperature today was in the upper 60's, about 20+ degrees warmer than the last few days. There is less noise when it's warmer. I don't know what that means, but by summer there may not be any noise! As much as noises drive me crazy the performance and feel of the car makes me forget the noise. I also checked my battery and it was a little loose! Maybe that's where the noise was. The body shop had the hold down bolts as tight as they would go, but the battery still moved a little, so I put an old rubber computer mouse pad that was about 1/8" thick on top of the battery under the clamp and now the battery is snug.
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FYI. The temperature today was in the upper 60's, about 20+ degrees warmer than the last few days. There is less noise when it's warmer. I don't know what that means, but by summer there may not be any noise! As much as noises drive me crazy the performance and feel of the car makes me forget the noise. I also checked my battery and it was a little loose! Maybe that's where the noise was. The body shop had the hold down bolts as tight as they would go, but the battery still moved a little, so I put an old rubber computer mouse pad that was about 1/8" thick on top of the battery under the clamp and now the battery is snug.
Did this solve your noise issue? I'm kinda perplexed by this as I really don't hear much coming from the rear of our shop car.
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In an earlier post you stated, "In addition to the Ridetechs I had Jordan replace the Pedders bushing inserts with the Prothane solid urethane bushings"

Which bushings did you replace?

I'm just trying to narrow in on what the major cause of noise is in the car. Like Kyle said, we don't get much noise from our 2010 shop car. However, everything is OE except the coil overs and FE4 sway bars.

My guess is "death by a thousand cuts". . .stiffer bushings, larger sway bars, solid mounted coil overs, loose battery. . .these all add up.
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[QUOTE=marolf101x;7569098]My5th,
In an earlier post you stated, "In addition to the Ridetechs I had Jordan replace the Pedders bushing inserts with the Prothane solid urethane bushings"

Which bushings did you replace?

I'm just trying to narrow in on what the major cause of noise is in the car. Like Kyle said, we don't get much noise from our 2010 shop car. However, everything is OE except the coil overs and FE4 sway bars.

My guess is "death by a thousand cuts". . .stiffer bushings, larger sway bars, solid mounted coil overs, loose battery. . .these all add up.[/
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I think they are the rear craddle urathane incerts, I have the same ones, Sounds like then he went to solid urathene ones. Not supposed to affect ride but you never know. I know the incerts do not make noise, dont know about the solid ones though
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If the battery was contributing to the noise it wasn't very much because the noise is still there, but slightly less. It was even warmer today and the noise was less still, but still there. I've noticed it's more pronounced when going slow, less than 5 mph. That could be because road noise is less at low speed, but once i get over 30 mph it seems much quieter--even over pretty rough surfaces.

I had the cradle inserts replaced with solid urethane, and the upper control arm bushing too. I left the Pedders differential bushings in, but they are the softer of the two they offered--these have holes all around. I've always had the clunk in the rear, but that is driveline related not suspension. The noise is a minor irritant, but it certainly doesn't affect the performance. The car feels more planted and surefooted than before.
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