The set of Carreras with Hall Shocks currently on 2040 are doneski. I am definitely upgrading to new coil-overs as the car gets put back into service.
My driving style:
I drive aggressively in the canyons at a brisk pace away from the public and I do track days (in my sports purpose/hot rod 911) and would like to be able to do the same in the Pantera. Suspension choice for me needs to be for performance however compliant enough to be streetable so the car does not ride like a piece of wood.
I really like the ethos of SAAC products - modernizing the performance capabilities of the Pantera. Their RideTech coil-overs are tuned and tested and the spring rates come in multiple levels of stiffness. That being said the shock is adjustable for ride height, and compression. No rebound. Not sure if they are rebuildable but I would imagine so. Cost is about $1300
I chatted with one of the Aldan techs. He was quick to point out that they make a double adjustable setup and that they have 34 years of experience with the Pantera platform. Their spring rates come in one rate (pound) only. Not sure if they are rebuildable. Cost with 10% off code is $1370
Can anyone here who uses their car and drives it relatively hard in the twisties/lateral Gs/HPDE (occasional track day) offer any feedback or input on which way to go here? Perhaps Scott @zr1pantera you wouldn't mind chiming in?