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Eibach Sportline Trade

This is a discussion on Eibach Sportline Trade within the Parts For Sale / Trade forums, part of the Sponsors Group Pricing and Parts Review category; I have an Eibach Sportline kit for an F-Body. I am looking for someone who wants to trade for a ...

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    Eibach Sportline Trade

    I have an Eibach Sportline kit for an F-Body. I am looking for someone who wants to trade for a Pro-Kit. The springs have 5000-10000 miles on them.

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    I just installed my Pro Kit yesterday and I love them.

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    whats the deal with people getting rid of these springs, i have a new set in the box waiting to install, and all i hear about is people getting rid of them, too bad of ride?? bottom out? please, before i install these things

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    I've had sportlines on mine for about 2 1/2 years now and roughly 40,000 miles...it does ride rough...you scrape more then you normally would.....but it just depends on what you're willing to live with! I think it looks badass with 'em and I don't mind it!

    I was about to take them out a few weeks after I installed them because the ride was so damn harsh, I noticed the rear bump stops were rediculously close the the rear axle, so I took them out, threw away the metal spacer and cut about an inch of the rubber off of them, and the ride was ALOT better!


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    I love the look, but the Y-pipe does scrape more than normal, but not enough to bother me. I recently purchased a set of long tube headers, which have less ground clearance than the factory Y-pipe, which is why I want to raise the car up a little bit.

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    Ya I think the Pro kit is a little better for day to day. Not quite as low as the sport kit. I have had no issues on mine scrubbing since lowering it even with headers.

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