Building full scope and quotes for installing new dampers and front camber mounts so I can budget for it.
Now to decide between Koni Special Active or Bilstein B6 to clean up the stock suspension.
Was leaning toward the Special Actives because variable damping is very appealing to smooth out daily driving and firm up hard cornering. However, I'm not clear on how the technology works when BOTH high-frequency and low-frequency movements are happening at the same time -- e.g. hitting a bump (or multiple bumps) while cornering hard.