Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Longview, Texas
.... Another option I see possibly changing the springs from eibach stock setup with a shorter spring with similar rate setup. In my past cars suspension set ups I know there were options to choose shorter springs which still held the same spring rate. I found the ride to still be similar and comfortable but the car had a lower stance. I will see if this is possible with eibach.
Unfortunately lowering the car WILL require higher spring rates to stop bottoming out the suspension and its resultant instantaneous oversteer or understeer depending which end bottoms.
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