how much weight it takes for the spring to compress one inch i believe.what does the lb/in have to do with it??
does it help with anything?
on a fwd theyre set like that for comfort, its best to have a higher spring rate in the rear to help the car rotate around the corner better since fwd have a natural tendency to understeer, you can get a similar result if you adjust the dampening settings on your d2 coilovers to soft in the front and really hard in the rear, or install an aftermarket sway bar in the rear only and leave the front bar oem, if you do want to swap springs id recommend swift or hyperco:drool:i see most spring rates are stiffer in the rear than in the front. although some other manufactures have things the other way around. im assuming a stiffer rate in the rear would help handling greatly so why do some have the other way around?
would it be wise to swap in a stiffer rear spring on a coilover setup that previously had softer springs in the rear?