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Old 04-27-2013, 12:49 PM   #2
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Your looking for great handling, but not to lower your car, OK. Never heard that before. WOW, here goes, you can replace your struts/shocks w/ some new ones & add Eibach's sway bar kit= 22mm/25mm bars. Ever stiffer springs are going to lower your car. So if you don't want to lower your car & use the oem springs & just replace the dampers, & add a set of bigger sway bars. Your limited on dampers w/ using oem springs & having a '06+ car. It'd be great to say add a set of Koni yellow dampers, but they don't offer them on the '06+ cars. You could get them to work using Massive performance, ''Omni kit'', then you'd need '00-'05 springs Which you could use stock springs for the earlier cars. So the least exspensive way is replace your dampers w/ a desent set & eibach's sway bar set. All not to lower the car. I hope I answered your question.
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Last edited by felixthecat; 04-27-2013 at 12:52 PM. Reason: Hey Mods this needs to be moved to the suspension section, thanx.
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