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:yo: what would be a better suspension setup? coilovers or springs?

sorry guys, i would search, got noooo problems with searching. but the computer im on is all jacked up... my modem is boosting a wonderful 28k. lightning speed!

my buddy club 2 kit is on its way and thats going to be my main factor on my decision. looked up the eibach springs, 1.6 in front, 1.8 in the back. but im afraid my front bumper will be like an inch off the ground. coilovers, i could lower the front a bit, and the ass alot but how do they ride? i know no matter what lowering my car is gonna have a lil bounce to it, but i dont want to bounce ALL over the road and have a crappy ride... how do adjustable coilovers compare to lowering springs?

name brands, how much of a drop and your own wonderful opinion would help alot :thumbsup:
 

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thatboyky said:
:yo: what would be a better suspension setup? coilovers or springs?

sorry guys, i would search, got noooo problems with searching. but the computer im on is all jacked up... my modem is boosting a wonderful 28k. lightning speed!

my buddy club 2 kit is on its way and thats going to be my main factor on my decision. looked up the eibach springs, 1.6 in front, 1.8 in the back. but im afraid my front bumper will be like an inch off the ground. coilovers, i could lower the front a bit, and the ass alot but how do they ride? i know no matter what lowering my car is gonna have a lil bounce to it, but i dont want to bounce ALL over the road and have a crappy ride... how do adjustable coilovers compare to lowering springs?

name brands, how much of a drop and your own wonderful opinion would help alot :thumbsup:
coilovers are going to give you the best bang. they will allow you to have more height control than springs when ever needed. also a true coilover comes with a strut. unlike springs which you have to continue the use of the factory strut unless you purchase new ones and may occasionally bottom out or break your strut. if you are talking about the cheap sleeve coilovers. dont bother they are crap
 

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Read the coilover thread on this forum. It goes into depth on all of the coilover options. Mopar Stage 3 are not much harder than stock in my opinion. I did notice that the ride got better when I lowered the car more than 1/2". This was due to the design of the Mopar Coilovers. When you raise the car, you pre-load the springs. This makes them seem stiffer. There are coilover setups that don't have that problem.
 
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