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Old 03-01-2012, 11:05 PM   #1
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Eibach drag-launch springs & Tokico D-spec shocks & struts

Is anybody running these springs? Im looking at running these on my car. It will be a 500rwhp daily driver. I want the car to hook up well and also handle/ride nice. Will I get that with these springs? Also looking at Tokico D-specadjustable shocks and struts to get me a good hook up at the track and nice ride around town. Any suggestions on these? Also, how much will these springs lower the car? Thanks, David
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Old 03-02-2012, 09:55 AM   #2
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Drag springs? Good handling? No.
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Ok, decent handling? I want the car to hook, thats my biggest concern, but don't want to sacrifice the ride & handling much. Does anybody have any suggestions on springs that meet that criteria? Also looking to lower the stance a bit
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Anybody have an opinion on a good setup to meet my criteria?
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I suggest you use the search button, to avoid asking anymore stupid contradictory questions.
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Alot of help you are pal
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these springs will raise the ride height and they will not handle well. but theyre good for traction at the strip thats pretty much it. you can cut coils to lower it if you like. i would just get eibach pro kit unless you plan on only using the car for the dragstrip then you can go with the eibach drag launch springs
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I like the combo of fox four cyl springs with a trimmed coil and mach 1 rear springs

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Eibach Drag springs are junk for straight line let alone handling. If you want comfortable balance between comfort and straight line and OK hadling, just stay with your stock springs, cut one coil off and the aforementioned D specs
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