Originally Posted by RoyalFlush
Here's my experience and what I learned from getting a corner balance from Harold at HP Autosport. He is the man.
Corner balance will allow you to set the rake and cross weight. Rake counteracts front end lift at high speed which increases grip. A 50% cross weight means the car is equally balanced in both a left and right turn. The benefits will be fully realized on a road course.
That being said, if you are going with KW street comforts and never going to track the car, then I wouldn't bother with corner balance unless cost is not a factor. As long as the suspension is installed properly and the dampening is set right, you will be fine (LTMW installed my suspension with vastly different heights and some dampers set to full hard and some set to full soft. I only found this out after getting corner balanced). The gains from corner balance on progressive springs and on a car that wont see the track are going to be minimal. "