Larry C Leung
l.leung at juno.com
Sun Apr 29 13:16:38 EDT 2001
Taka, you and I must be eating the same food, on the same wavelength, or
I will be trying H&Rs on my 200Q 10V in about a week or two (no more
Eibachs :-( stateside or anywhere else for that matter), but can't swing
the bilsteins (maybe, still deciding). I decided this after getting a
ride in Chi Wong's 20V, but I don't recall whether his car has H+R's or
Eihbachs. I'll keep you posted.
LL - NY
On Sun, 29 Apr 2001 09:43:16 -0400 "TM" <t44tq at mindspring.com> writes:
>Another post from Taka...
>Can you relate your experiences with H&R lowering springs
>on a type 44?
>I am debating whether or not to do it in conjunction with
>Bilstein Sport shocks. How did the handling improve/worsen
>with the springs?
>How much of a decrease in ride height did you see with the
>springs? I think Chris Miller's site mentions only something
>like a 0.75" drop, just trying to solicit additional info.
>One lister has strongly recommended against the lowering
>springs on the type 44, as it makes the car into an understeering
>pig. Has this been your experience as well?
>Finally, does anyone know if '92 UrS4 springs will work on
>a '91 200q w/o raising ride height? If they do and someone has
>BTDT, please let me know.
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