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500lb (front); 750lb (rear) (archive)

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Posted by ROB89M3 on April 27, 2002 at 10:07:22:

In Reply to: what are your spring rates? posted by adamp on April 27, 2002 at 01:25:56:

I'm looking for a front bumper cover. Mine is cracked slightly.


are you going up driveways too fast? :)

how do you like them? I'm thinking about modifying my front struts (mine are still in the stock spring perch) to let me lower it another 3/4 inch.

also the car looks great the way it sits

IT'S KINDA Covered with the EVO II Spoiler...

nice, I have an extra front bumper cover, but the top of the cover has a crack right down the middle, maybe 1 1/2 inches long. I was going to repair it, primer it and sell it on ebay or something.

are your ground conrols all the way down? do your shocks bottom out at all?

i think i might have the bilsteins re-valved cause i don't want to wear them out too quickly with how low it is (i'm tucking 1/2 the tire in the back with 45 series 16's!)

In those pics that I posted,my front can go another 3/4 of an inch lower (what it's at now)

It defenitly looks lower than those pics now.
The Bilstein sports are holding up quite well. I tracked my car this past weekend at Mosport park with great success. No they are not bottoming out at all,even with my spring rates.

I can't say enough about my coilovers...I love the feel,look,everything about them.

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