200 springs

Ed Kellock ekellock at gmail.com
Thu Oct 28 11:16:35 EDT 2004

That's the exact opposite of what I intend to do with my V8.  I have
HD's all the way around and just can't get used to the ride, even
after more than 5 years.  I'm going to yank the rears and put in
Boge's and see if I can deal with that.  A friend did that with his S6
and it rode much more smoothly.

Why did you choose to go the way you did?


On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 15:02:05 +0000, Mike Del Tergo
<mdeltergo at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Chuck,
> did Boge turbo front and Bilstein HD rear. I wouldn't mind and over all
> increase in ride height, but I got stock hieght on pass side, (as compared
> to my twin 200 20v avant with Boge all around) and a jacked up on drivers, 1
> inch front, about 1/2 inch rear.  I'm having a hard time guessing why car
> went from level AFAIK before struts to wacky later.
> Mike
> >Mike what kind of shocks did you install.
> >From what I have heard is the Bilsteins do raise the car up a bit.
> >The springs will not all a sudden get the car to sit higher. Probably the
> >shocks
> >I am looking at Konis so I will not have that problem.
> >
> >Chuck Pierce
> >91 200tq Avant
> >
> >Mike Del Tergo wrote:
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