Alfa Romeo Forum banner

21 - 21 of 21 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
300 Posts
I don't think the combination you ask for is possible. To get less body roll you need stiffer springs and/or dampers filled with a higher gas pressure (which adds to the spring rate). Lowering by itself increases the roll behaviour of the suspension more than the reducing effect you get from lowering centre of gravity. Dampers with more compression damping would slow the roll, but ultimately the roll would end up just as far as a damper with less compression damping.

Also, lowering a giulietta increases the rear camber and/or rear toe-in. Rear camber leads to less rotation and more toe-in to understeer. To mitigate that, you need stiffer springs again as the body roll will make it worse.

However, people seem to be happy with eibach springs and billstein b6 dampers. But it would depend on the suspension you got from the factory as I parked next to a fairly new giulietta today and it was 30mm higher front and back than mine is. I bought my car new so I know it is on OE suspension
 
21 - 21 of 21 Posts
Top