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Posted by JJD on February 10, 2000 at 21:46:41:

In Reply to: Have Eibachs on my 97 2.8..... posted by Van on February 10, 2000 at 20:56:10:

Van, how is the ride?? Do you have any problems with your front spolire being scratch..?? Was the camber very much affected by one inch drop...


: : Thanks Paul...i'm still looking and looking at the car and for sure it needs to be a bit lower. I don't know what to do....for just another year and a half...:)

: : : : I'm thinking to loer the car just an inch with the Eibachs springs. I've heard and read it mantains a close smooth ride as the stock suspension and improves the handling dramatically, specially the squat and dive. Does anyone have any thoughts or problems with them???How did you like the ride??.

: : : : Thanks in advance

: I love the looks and the ride combined with the 18 inch rims with pirelli 7000's. The handling does seem much improved over the stock z's i have driven. The KMAC camber kit was also put on my car to solve the toe associated with the lowering.

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