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      08-22-2012, 04:02 PM   #10
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So you think I should lower using springs and nothing else? Does the ride generally become quite bouncy and rough? Would it be sig ificanrly less so with coilovers? I want my a decent look but I definitely want to maintain good ride quality.
Coilovers when properly set-up, are best. Next best are the "spring over" adjustable options from KW, Ground Control, and TC Kline (these use the stock dampers but have adjustable ride-height). Lastly springs from Eibach, H&R, B&G, RD Sport, etc. I had Eibach springs and liked the ride quality and the ride height was conservative (meaning it allowed for reasonable ground clearance). I recently switched to coilovers and the street performance / ride quality is much better even at a very low ride-height. However you pay much more for the extra performance of coil-overs.
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