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Old 1-16-13, 22:42   #31 (permalink)
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I like the look of my Eibachs (car IS lower by 1.3" in the front and about 1" in the rear) but with KYBs, the ride is better than stock (but not the sport setting with the EAS setup) but not quite sporty enough. When I drive aggressively over swoopy pavement, the bumpstops are pounded. Better shocks would definitely help. Now if only Bilstein made shocks for our cars....

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Old 1-17-13, 17:04   #32 (permalink)
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I have some for sale by the way $125 shipped gets them.
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