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Old 02-02-2013, 03:05 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by YellowJellyBean View Post
My OEM shocks/struts wore out pretty quickly on Eibach Pro-Kits. Considering that you're going to want to get upgraded dampers eventually anyway, cut out having to do the work twice and get the shocks/struts now.
I agree with this although I still run my stock struts with the 2" drop, they do take a toll on the stock struts. Even though they are wore out I actually like the ride better than any other adjustables I've rode on, with others cars.

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Originally Posted by xxMichaelAnthony View Post
Should be good on SVT shocks/struts.
I've heard from a fellow member, SVT struts can't take lowering springs, they will bend. But he is a avid autoX'er.
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