The factory setup is a good compromise, with great ride comfort and body clearance in trade for slightly reduced handling.
If you actively drive your beast and would like improved handling, an aftermarket suspension is the way to go.
My beast also has the Dinan Stage 2 suspension installed & I generally agree with Roleez
The Dinan setup significantly reduces roll & the ride comfort penalty is one ride control setting on generally smooth roads. On patched and bumpy roads the ride can be somewhat harsh but not punishing.
Dinan is releasing new front & rear springs with a softer ride, they say will actually improve handling. Run a forum seach on Dinan Stage 2 suspension for more info.
There are other good spring sets for our beasts. All will improve handling to a degree; the Dinan anti-roll components would be a good addition if you choose another brand.
Body height is another consideration. Different spring sets produce different ride heights. Some like the lowered look, with Dinan & the others, you'll have to be careful on steep driveways & parking in slots with a concrete curb at the front.
If you look at your stock ride height, notice there is more space between front tire and wheel well than at the rear. The Dinan setup evens out the gap front and rear.
Run a forum search and pick your products. Enjoy.
One more thing, unless you plan on heavy tracking your beast, avoid coilovers.
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