[Es2] springs for ES2

Jason Kohls jasonkohls at gmail.com
Wed Sep 20 22:31:47 EDT 2006

I beat it to death on the 20v list a few months ago. A tally of
opinions for "spirited" daily driving was definitely in favour of
Bilstein shox and H&R springs; I haven't been disappointed.
The rides terrific -- not too harsh and nice and flat cornering,
braking and accelerating.  I'd replace all the rubber bits while
you're at it.  I've heard great things about Mance's Mount Savers (see
tdif.com) too.

On 9/20/06, Rick Houck <rhouck at neo.rr.com> wrote:
> Guys,
> I'm getting back to working on the 1990 coupe 3B conversion and will soon be
> removing all the suspension for rebuild. Before I have them blasted and
> powder coated, should I cut off the spring perches for adjustable ones, or
> just buy full size springs? The car will be strictly a performance street
> car, and daily driver. I don't need another coupe track car. I'm sure the
> stock springs will be too soft for me.
> Sorry if this has be beaten to death, but I was obviously not listening.
> Thanks.
> Rick
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