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Re: suspension (archive)

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Posted by Eric 2.3 on October 23, 2000 at 15:42:02:

In Reply to: Re: suspension posted by Mike B on October 23, 2000 at 15:01:38:

What I would do for your car. Ebach (spelling?) Springs. About 1in Drop. Bilstiens sport shocks. UUC is coming out with a new anti sway bars that will take out the body roll and understeer. Thats all about 1000.00 dollers and you can still drive it every day. Or H&R coilovers Kick ASS.
But your back might give out.

email me if you have quiestions.
Eric

Good question, I shouldíve included that in my request. Iím not looking for a racing setup, Iíve had that before and donít want this car to ride like a brick, however Iím not timid and donít mind a stiffer ride just need a little cushion for longer trips. Iíd like to lower the car slightly to get rid of fender gap and definitely want to get rid of the roll it currently has on long sweepers. I know I need a new set of sway bars and would like springs as well just donít know which ones work and which don't. Iím undecided on struts but if the consensus is they need to go with the springs Iím fine with that I just need to know who makes good ones for the Z. Overall I donít want to spend an exorbitant amount of money just want a more performance oriented ride. I'd love to get the pro's a con's of different setups from the most radical on the board to the most basic. Once I start a project I tend to take it farther than expected so...... for instance a 2000 HD with 44 degree's of rake and a single sided swingarm.


Thanks
Mike





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