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Shock choice with Eibach Sportlines

Anyone have any recommendations as to what shocks work well with Eibach Sportlines? Or if nothing else, what to stay away from?

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^ agreed. Sportlines aren't the best for handling though.

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...Sportlines aren't the best for handling though.
Agreed, in fact, they sort of suck for handling.
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H&R Race wouldn't be bad but I hear that MM has some really nice springs that they have put some good development time into. You might want to check those out.

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Probably should have asked around before I got some...I hate the immense amount of wheel gape so got the sportlines to take care of it. Coilovers are out of budget, and cutting springs is a bit janky. Can I make the sportlines work, or are they just that terrible?

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They diffinetly sit low but they don't have handling rates. I would call MM and ask them what they think. For conventional springs, the MM springs could be a good choice or The HR Race/Super Race Springs. You'll need good shocks with either one.

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