Lowering springs

Ed Kellock ekellock at juno.com
Wed Aug 28 22:14:48 EDT 2002

It's not just Bilstien's that raise a car.  That is too general.
A gas-pressurized shock in a car that originally had regular
hydraulic shocks will tend to raise the car.  To lower you'll
need different springs.  For me personally, most out there
are too low, but that's just one guy's call.

On Wed, 28 Aug 2002 15:26:57 -0400 Zoot531 at aol.com writes:
> Listers,
>   Now that I've got the new UFOs in place with rebuilt calipers the
> car is stopping great and there's a HUGE difference in pedal feel.
> I'm looking for some springs that will lower my car.  I've heard the
> Bilsteins actually raise the rear of the car, and i'd rather not go
> that route.  Are there any other performance spring-shock
> combinations that will give me the lower, more agressive look that
> I'm looking for?
> Thanks Much,
> Adam Chinchiolo
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