Hey Shahab thanks for your advice. I still have one question hopefully you can answer this. When they refer 1.25 inch drop for springs do they refer for both Front & rear springs? I'm just a bit cautious, I kind of don't want to end up like my brother who's car is dropped low and the muffler/exhaust pipe is hitting humps or when the road is not even(hilly). Thanks again for the help!.
As a side note, I recently got a kit from turner motorsport with H&R springs and Bilstien sport shocks. Feels REALLLY nice through the curves but the springs are a bit on the stiff side... a bit of a pain when you want that "smooth" ride down a road full of potholes. That said, the car feels NAILED to the road.
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I'm toying with the idea of Koni and Eibachs? Any idea of the ride quality? My current setup is Boge shocks with OMP springs.
The konis are a good idea, especially adjustable (if you plan on tracking/auto-x). I would avoid Eibachs, since they have started manufacturing in America their quality has suffered. H&R would be a better choice for springs, unless you go with the custom Eibach springs... can't remember the website off the top of my head atm.
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