Thats messed up! I would think that as long as everything is within spec, as far as alignment goes, u would be fine! But then again I am not sure about that tech package since I dont have one and if a change in ride height will create a problem but I would think that there would be some relearning process that would fix it! Either through das calibration or that relearning run they do after das calibration is applied!I would think so too but after the brief convo I had with my service rep, it sounded like he wouldn't touch the car after I modified the suspension.
4 year old thread Resurrection? That may be a new record!I thought if you went to coil overs with after market variable dampening shocks Infinity DAS no longer worked.
I thought you need to adjust the compression and rebound via the method the coil over shock uses. The shock rates need to be matched to the new spring rate/distance of travel.
Factory springs and shocks are matched. Infinity spent a lot of R+D dollars on the shock rate and spring rates. DAS gives you some adjustability within the range.
I don't know if an aftermarket coil over shock company makes an Infinity DAS compatible system. Some aftermarket shocks have tons of adjustability and are worth the extra money.
Lots of thought should be taken when choosing spring rate, length (ride height), and dampening rates to insure your needs are met, and they all match.
What is good on a smooth rack will not work well on bumpy back roads. COMPLIANCE is important.
Looks and performance may conflict some. Find the best fit for your needs.