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Re: H&R vs Eibach, which for 4kq?

I had heard just the opposite.  When I installed the H&R setup on my car it
lowered it about 7/8".   My experience has been the Eibachs are less
progressive and a little stiffer from the get go.  The h&r's catch up but
only when you are in the corner.  Personally for a street car I like more
Pat Martin
864000csq turbo, 2 1/2 cat back, H&R-Boge, MC and loving it.  Drilled and
stopping it. Koenig Cobra 16x7 with Yokohama A520's turning it,  K&N and
uh..., Soon: Hella's lighting it.
84 4000sq  AKA: The beater.
95 subaru legacy
Bothell, Wa

Subject: Re: H&R vs Eibach, which for 4kq?

>I have been forwarned that the H&Rs drop down much lower than Eibachs.
>It's your opinion.
>Personally, I'd go with the Eibachs.
>On Thu, 15 Apr 1999, Wolff wrote:
>> I want to put new/other springs on my '86 4kq. It is sagging badly in
>> the back. It is not a snow car so I can lower it. (The 44's get the snow
>> duty). I already have Bilstein HD's up front and have matching struts
>> ready for the rear. I also have R-8's in 15x7 ready to go on as well.
>> Haven't chosen a tire yet, but don't need a thread on that. A lister
>> offered me some Eibach's used at an attractive price or I can buy new
>> H&R's. Opinions about stiffness, quality, progressiveness etc. welcome.
>> TIA,
>> Wolff
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