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      07-20-2012, 01:05 PM   #133
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What do you guys think about the jrz rs1 single adjustable with fixed ride height. Do like eibach springs or stick with stock springs.

I'm thinking about this as a mainly dd setup.
JRZ RS1 with sport springs will be perfect for a DD. Height adjustable may be too much for a DD, unless there is a specific ride height you are trying to achieve.
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JRZ RS1 with sport springs will be perfect for a DD. Height adjustable may be too much for a DD, unless there is a specific ride height you are trying to achieve.
Did you get to try a set out? I know you didn't think the quality was there when they first came out. Glad you are converted!
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Did you get to try a set out? I know you didn't think the quality was there when they first came out. Glad you are converted!
We were informed there were some performance based issues with the RS by design(high pressure twin tube) and NOT the RS1(maybe noisy dampers in the very early stages) from a reputable source, but that was their opinion.

We do have a set coming, but it may end up on a customer car instead of my personal 1M.
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Good deal. Definitely some other companies out there that don't like them, but I would say proper execution of any design is more important than poor execution of what could be better if done properly. I suspect once you actually have them on a car and try them out you will be impressed. I know we were when we initially launched them and had to defend all the hearsay.
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