Edward J Kellock
ekellock at juno.com
Mon May 27 15:59:25 EDT 2002
In my experience, HD's on my V8q with stock springs, the ride
is ridiculous around town. You will feel every little imperfection
to the point that it feels jiggly. I guess I wouldn't call it harsh,
but it's far from comfortable. On the highway, even at high
speeds, it never settles down. The only thing that smooths it
out is weight... passengers and/or luggage.
On Sun, 26 May 2002 07:26:11 -0600 "Mike Miller" <mikemilr at blackfoot.net>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Edward J Kellock <ekellock at juno.com>
> > If you want a similar ride to stock, do not get Bilstein HD's.
> > They are nothing like stock shocks.
> > Ed
> > Colorado Springs
> Ed is certainly right here. The ride is nothing lik stock. I
> replaced my
> Boges with Bilstein HDs a couple yrs ago. The car is incredibly more
> at speed. Gone is that "floating" feeling at 120+. I would say the
> ride is
> not any harsher, it just feels more solid. I am very pleased with
> I have to confess though that I have never driven a 91 200q with new
> boges -
> mine had over 100k on them when replaced. Although they still seemed
> to be
> good, at that mileage I would suspect they were getting tired.
> mike miller
> helmville mt
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