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robfiestared
hiya all me thinking about lowering me car on lowering springs 35mm or 40mm ive also got 15inch alloys with low profile tyres on them is this ok with the drop as i dont want them rubbing on the tyres and what springs could u anyone recommend rob
brunomedina
H&R or eibach spring's and koni suspension
The result is superb

My friend here in brazil have A '00 Xsara vts turbo( about 450bhp in dyno ) and use eibach spring and koni bumpers
the car is great in cornering and handiling
Also the car have a powerful aceleration and top speed ( 250 km/h )
robfiestared
[quote name='brunomedina' post='9405' date='Jan 7 2009, 10:36 PM']H&R or eibach spring's and koni suspension
The result is superb

My friend here in brazil have A '00 Xsara vts turbo( about 450bhp in dyno ) and use eibach spring and koni bumpers
the car is great in cornering and handiling
Also the car have a powerful aceleration and top speed ( 250 km/h )[/quote]
hiya mate thanks for the information me got my car done in the end your right handles alot off better
Mr Bee
THEY WONT RUB BUDDY, IM ON 30MM ALL ROUND ON MY MK3 FIESTA, WHEELS 185/60/R14.
atkins01
[quote name='robfiestared' post='7314' date='Nov 12 2008, 06:57 PM']hiya all me thinking about lowering me car on lowering springs 35mm or 40mm ive also got 15inch alloys with low profile tyres on them is this ok with the drop as i dont want them rubbing on the tyres and what springs could u anyone recommend rob[/quote]

4OMM will b fine lad my escorts got 17 on him and thats lowwerd 40mm no problem. when u get it lowwerd just get some decent shockers as well that help the ride loads.


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