It's significant when you hit a bump at decent speeds...what I mean is even dips on the interstate, let's say, provide a stiff jolt, but everyday driving through the city, you won't notice much difference. I am not disappointed, and I'm used to a smooth squishy 4 runner's ride and I"m still not dissatisfied. Keep in mind, the rears are progressive spring rates.
Good to hear...I lowered my Firehawk and I dislike the way in rides over bumps. It really beats the piss out of you. Every time I would hit a bump, it felt like two fists came out of the seats and punched me in the kidneys.
I can't remember, I believe it was in the 600 range? I've been really happy though, you can remove it and it's pretty much undetectable. It's supposed to be a 165 mph or so rated wing, but I've had my car to over 175! and no problems. I think it's a nice touch. what's your friend want for that 96?