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bilstein hd struts and eibach pro kit springs

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Old 01-03-2015, 08:05 PM   #1
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Default bilstein hd struts and eibach pro kit springs

Looking to upgrade my suspension.could get a good deal on some bilstein hd struts and eibach pro kit springs was wondering how stiff the ride will be compared to stock suspension
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Old 01-04-2015, 01:07 PM   #2
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I have the FRPP "P" springs with the Bilsteins. I like the quality and performance of a monotube dampener. Not sure how the springs compare to the Eibach but I have read in several places the are made by Eibach. The ride is firm but not harsh. I can't believe how much better the car handles. I went from the Brembo suspension which had nose dive when braking and plenty of bounce on certain road conditions. I used the GT500 mounts 180 degrees out and the alignment came in perfect. On the rear shocks you will need to reuse the top mount pin type rubber insulators. Make sure you cut down the rear bump stops as there is not much clearance after lowering. If you don't they will hit and make the rear more harsh than needed.
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The Pro-Kit will ride a little bit stiffer compared to stock.

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