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Old 06-09-2012, 09:43 AM   #1
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I am getting ready to move to Germany in the next 2 months and I will be taking my car with me. So with the much higher and sometimes unrestricted speed limits on the autobahn and the available open tracks such as the Nürburgring, I want to put the best functional full suspention kit on my car as I can while also maintaining some streetabliity. So far I have been looking at Eibach, FRPP, and Roush. What are your opinions and experiences and are there any other high rep companys you guys are using?
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Old 06-09-2012, 12:48 PM   #2
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Re: Full Suspention Kit

Steeda makes some very good springs. The steeda sports I heard is better for handling but I have the ultra lites because the drop is a little more aggressive. Pair those with some koni shocks and struts and you are in business. The ride is noticeably stiffer but under high speed or aggressive driving they feel great. Good luck with your decision though because there is a lot to choose from out there.
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Im going to be using eibach. Cant go wrong with there kits. Some guys will tell u bmr but ive never looked into it. I think a full switch out kit from eibach is like 1000-1200 but dont quote me.
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I am pulling my eibach springs off. Going to cobra jet springs. Little shorter then stock springs but better weight Granger then the eibach sportlines.

Rest suspension is bmr relocation brackets, upr lca's, upr adjustable panhard bar. Bmr uca.


Look into some good coilovers.
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I've got eibach springs, shocks, struts and sway bars and a panhard. At higher speeds it's a night and day difference from stock, especialy going into a bend or turn. Highly recommend. I've never used any other brand so it might not be the best but for the price you can't go wrong imo. I have no complaints about them. The ride quality is O.K. but if it's a DD you might not like it. I feel everything which I actually like. It's more of a ride and makes it more exciting lol, and not so cushiony.
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Thanks for the info ill let y'all know what I end up doing
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