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Posted by Jim E. on June 22, 2000 at 20:35:43:

In Reply to: Re: Handling Upgrades posted by derekm on June 22, 2000 at 17:16:49:

Since Eibach makes springs for nearly everyone, what makes you think Schnitzer would be any different. In fact, Schnitzer uses Sachs and it is a matter of common knowledge that Sachs uses Eibach.

Eibach is used in Formula racing and many other racing series.

Ok, I'm dense tonight, I missed your joke so lay it on me??


: Since your car is primarily a "street" car, I would recommend starting with the x-brace.

: Shocks or sway bars are debatable -- its all dependent upon what you want to accomplish. A sway bar upgrade (Eibach, UUC Motorwerks, etc.) will address the understeer characteristics of the stock suspension setup. Plus, your ride quality will not be affected.

: IMHO, shocks should have been swapped out when the new springs were installed. But that is another story. The Bilstein Sports upgrade will certainly improve the handling, but expect the ride quality to change. Definitely a firmer ride and it will remove that floating feeling at high speeds.

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