Actually, no. I don't have a single mod on my car, yet. The car I posted is from the UUC web page. I plan on getting either Eibach or UUC, I herd they were both good. I definately will get something within the next month or two. I also herd Eibach was stiffer than factory, with a nice drop, but not as stiff as UUC. And I herd the H&R's were very, very stiff, yet very good.kidsdoc said:
mtfour, i assume you're running the H&R's, correct?
Agreed. :thumbup:TheDream21479 said:It doesn't matter what company you go with...Eibach, UUC, H&R, whatever. The shocks are not designed for the spring rates that those aftermarket companies have developed. Sure, the stock shocks might handle a 1" drop okay...but if you drop it significantly, you will end up destryoing the stock shocks...and end up with the floaty ride. Its SO much easier just spending the $400.00 to replace the 4 shocks with a set of Bilsteins or Tokico..or whatever than to have to do it again later when you DO blow your stock shocks. Just think of how much labor it will save....and trust me, you will be WAY happier with an aftermarket shock that can handle the rebound of the aftermarket spring. Many times people have lowered their cars on the stock shocks only to find out that the car handled BETTER with the stock suspension. Do yourself a favor...save up if you have to, but do aftermarket shocks, and do it right.
Anyone agree/disagree with my assesment?