mixing boge pro and turbos bad idea?
duandcc_forums at cox.net
Thu Mar 13 10:58:33 EST 2003
Putting stiffer shocks up front might not be a bad idea. It would help dial out some of the tendency for the car to understeer. Although Boge shocks are designed for stock hieght, I've seen them used time and time again on lowered cars (up to 1.5") with no bad consiquences.
1987 CGT Special Build (with Boge Turbos)
> From: "scott thomas" <scott at dreamtheater.zzn.com>
> Date: 2003/03/13 Thu AM 08:51:00 EST
> To: quattro at audifans.com
> Subject: mixing boge pro and turbos bad idea?
> I just got a reply from an online vendor and he says his parts
> listings don't show a pro gas version of the BOGEs available for the
> 200q sedan.
> Was wondering if it's a bad idea for me to put the Pros up front and
> the turbos on the rear. I'm gonna be using factory springs. As I
> understand, the BOGEs are made for stock height cars, anyway?
> His prices are the best so far:
> turbo gas-f $53, r $89
> pro gas-front only $75
> freight extra
> I forgot which site it is. I think Olympic shocks, or something like
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