Well some eye opening stuff today. I checked on me Spring Buffers and they had not moved from the position I had installed them in. While I was at it I jacked up the car and adjusted each side a half turn lower. As I have been saying I had installed them a half spring higher than center.
Well the car was waxed up and super clean. With in two blocks I wanted to get out and return the Spring buffers back to where they were. The difference was so noticable. Just a stiffer feel, not good, uncomfortable. But I drove about 20 street and highway miles. When I stopped an Autozone in Yonkers NY,. I immediately jacked up the car and put the Spring Buffers back to where I originally installed them. I bought some spray wax and got back in the car to drive home. So Different, the car was back to feeling fantastic.
So placement of the Rubber Buffer matters to the feel of the car. I will go the opposite way and try a half turn higher the next time I am just hanging out.