Not sure if you all follow or not, but I have BAT up on my screen daily watching jaw dropping sales. Today is no different.
Saleen Vert at over $200k with a few hours to go....WOW
I agree with adjustability, but it is more of an initial and then set. I did that with my 18' going with Steeda kit only to adjust the height at install and then never again. Looking back, I could have saved a lot of money and just gone with a proven stance/spring.
And again, this was the same debate long ago. People would spend money on Springs and not get the look desired. Removed ISO's still not perfect and ride further changed. Sold Springs purchased another set with similar problems.....
Cut your stock springs 1 coil and leave ISO's in keeping...
We did 3/4 and then a full coil. You driving yours at all? It is a time capsule sitting in that garage.
No better stance than a properly cut stock spring that you can keep the isolator. They are linear springs vs. progressive rate and ride is virtually unchanged.
The same love for the 93' Cobra wheels back then as well being blown up versions of the Thunderbird 15" wheel. Now a Cobra looks orphaned without them and they complete the car. I had two back in the day and wanted to send mine out to be widened to 9.5" but ended up selling the car.