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i'm in the market for some new springs....has anyone used zenn lowering springs? if so, how do they ride?? thanks!
 

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go with Eibach... you can't go wrong with them
cant go wrong with H&R either....
your suspension isn't something you can cheap out on, so spend the money and you won't regret it.
 

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i've heard good things about both eibach & h&r....just curious about the other but i'm going to go ahead with eibach! thanks
 

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if you do it, i would bet the whole set up, not just springs. if you have sport springs, and stock struts and shocks, it can give you very poor performance, and a bad ride quality
 

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yea, i plan on getting the whole set up...just do it all at once....plus the springs can wear out the stock struts
 

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Go with eibach, i put on the springs i beleive they are the sport series but they lowered the car about 3 inches or around there it was a considerable nice drop. But Magic is right i just did the springs becasue i rushed lowering my car and the ride is horrible, im talking crappy. It looks so awesome but the second you hit a dip its like hitting a jump. IT is soo bad i can actually feel it when i drive over the tar lines on the road. But hey it looks cool so whatever. Hey has anyone else here had a problem with their motor mount or enginemounts causing the car to kinda shake/vibrate when in gear but not moving?
 

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you'd probably get more feedback on the motor mount if you posted your own thread....just a tip....thanks for the advice!!!
 

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you'd probably get more feedback on the motor mount if you posted your own thread....just a tip....thanks for the advice!!!
yea, dont hijack the thread, especially with something that has nothing to do with suspension. Eibach is really good and im hoping to pick up a set one day. Cant wait till i get mine.
 

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Ok my bad, just a question. But I would say that the eibach ones are the best just do it all in one shot if you can.
 
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