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Old 01-08-2002   #1
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hey, just wondering which springs to get? The sportlines or the pro kit, Eibachs? I think that I am getting the koni struts. thanks
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Pro-lines 1" drop.. sportlines 1.4" Drop... Pro-lines.. smooth soft but firm Touring type ride.. Sportlines.. Hard Ouch my freekin *** no body roll ride.. [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]..with Sportlines your tires may lose contact with the raod going over larger bumps due to stiffness.. Pro-kit has variable pring rates and absorb better.

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H&R 1.3" drop--I love mine, they seem alot better than eibach sportlines as far as the overall ride
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i have them on my car now..and it's good all i can said.~
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Sporlines all the way since you're getting the Koni's. Koni's are adjustable so adjust your ride until you like the way it feels. I have the Sportlines with Koni's and 205/45/17 tires and I must say it rides great and the gap is not that bad (about 1").
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