Suspension UpgradesEibach/ABP Springs

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Re: Eibach/ABP Springs

Post by Ash » Wed Sep 12, 2012 1:29 pm

Is it advisable driving the car without doing the allignment first? (say 50km)
what are the dangers in doing this?


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Re: Eibach/ABP Springs

Post by Keshiv » Thu Nov 07, 2013 4:15 pm

Hi Guys,

Just a quick question about springs....would the Eibach 25mm pro kit drop be a more comfortable option than the Abp Ones? Has anyone fitted the Eibach 25mm at a "reasonable price lol" anywhere in JHB and does the car scrape around over speed bumps and stuff with 25mm drop? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated! I dont think Eibach makes the 15mm drop for type R anymore:/

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Re: Eibach/ABP Springs

Post by WAR Machine » Tue Nov 19, 2013 4:38 pm

Well I had the H&R kit and I had no problems with speed bumps or driveways...
As for the ride quality I was happy with it and you could feel the car was a lil more stiffer around bends...

Cant give better details as I sold my kit more than a year ago so memory is a bit vague...
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