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Swift springs help with comfort as well
 

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Dump it, its not for you.
 

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I'm hating my GTR because of comfort
Just to dam stiff in comfort mode
Thinking of dumping.
So was mine. Mine had E Sus code being thrown and the comfort mode didn't work. After the relearning or resetting with consult III, the comfort mode is working flawlessly. I am able to tell the difference in rides between the comf/normal/race.
 

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The GT-R is not for posers! It's for people who are hard core auto enthusiasts that value performance over all else.

It looks like you guys should be in a P car.
 

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Seat pads, different seat, change to 19 inch wheels and get tires with a larger sidewall maybe run 50 or 45 instead of 35, softer springs, lower damping rate dampers all come to mind.
 

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The newer the better in terms of ride, the 2012 I rode in was softer than my 2009. Next up Non Runflat tires, I went to PS2's and its much softer. With 18" drag tires all around its very very soft. And yes swift springs are also softer. Keep in mind the softer you go the less response you get from the tires.
 
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