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Old 08-23-2013, 11:05 AM   #1
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I have k springs right now and I love the drop, but im having issues with the front being so low. I scrape my splitter all the time. I also want my car to be more level and not have a rake. Ive had steeda sports before and I enjoyed them, so im thinking ill go with those, but before I do, are there any other springs I should be looking at?
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I dunno if I seen this done before, but maybe a set of front only P springs... I know those are a bit less of a drop
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I'm not sure if the different springs will give different spring rates or not but possibly putting the p springs on could work. Also, BMR springs will help level the car, they're much the same as the Steeda ultralites as far as lowering, 1" front and 1.25" rear
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I only figured P since they're the same brand, I've never seen it done... Was hoping someone that has done it would chime in
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Ive heard bmrs spring rate is really soft though. I don't even kniw what the k spring rate is. Anyone know?
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Old 08-24-2013, 11:12 AM   #8
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I actually fixed a squeak I was having with my k springs. K springs need two insulators. One on the bottom coil and one on the second coil for when the spring binds. Now that I fixed thay, I think im going to just keep it how it is. Might add some cc plates instead.
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