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    really diggin the pro-kit.. where did u get them and for how much?

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    the pix on my signature are also prokits... and note that those springs are linear in the front, making it great for handling properties and allowing for good damping w/ good shocks that can be matched... Revalved Bilstein + prokits are a killer setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eugenio_SS View Post
    the pix on my signature are also prokits... and note that those springs are linear in the front, making it great for handling properties and allowing for good damping w/ good shocks that can be matched... Revalved Bilstein + prokits are a killer setup.
    So with that setup.. will it be good for drag and good handling..??
    I want something that's good for drag.. but won't scarfice the handling.. I don't auto x.. So i'm just looking for something that's good on dragin and has good handling..

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    really diggin the pro-kit.. where did u get them and for how much?
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    I paid about $350 for the springs, I think. I also bought the Bilstein shocks at the some time. Awsome setup. Excellent for street setup. I bought the stuff at my local speed shop.

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    sweet.. how much were the Bilsteins?

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    Well, I got all 4 at the same time. So I paid about $600 for parts and install. since they also installed the Pro-kit springs at the same time.

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    sweet.. totally worth it!! thanks

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    so yesterday i ordered the eibach pro kit.... very exciting for me lol it should be hear today I go it for $299 so i thought it was a pretty good deal. I love working for a dealership and getting shit tax free lol

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    Good deal...you will LOVE it I am sure; I have the same ones. What shocks/struts did you go with to compliment your new springs?

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    im not sure yet... i haven't figured it out i jutst ordered the springs what do u rek?

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    Depends what your goals for the car are. I don't mind the stiff ride and autocross mine quite frequently. I bought some revavled Bilsteins to go with the Eibach pro kit and I love the look, the ride and the handling. Others swear on Koni SA's which I hear work really well too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve L View Post
    Depends what your goals for the car are. I don't mind the stiff ride and autocross mine quite frequently. I bought some revavled Bilsteins to go with the Eibach pro kit and I love the look, the ride and the handling. Others swear on Koni SA's which I hear work really well too.
    How much will the pro-kit lower my car about how many inches??? it rides way to high..
    thanks

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    Eibach Pro-Kit will lower your car by 1.25-1.5 inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobrahunter View Post
    Eibach Pro-Kit will lower your car by 1.25-1.5 inches.
    is that how low yours is thats a little to low for me..

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    The Pro kit took mine from about a 4-finger wheel well gap to a 2-finger gap. Depends on what tires/rims/shocks you are going with, you might rub a little on the fenders and quarter panels. I have American Racing Rebel rims which have an offset that puts the tires about flush with the quarter panel's edge so I had to roll the quarter panels so they wouldn't eat my tires. You won't be dissapointed with the Pro kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve L View Post
    The Pro kit took mine from about a 4-finger wheel well gap to a 2-finger gap. Depends on what tires/rims/shocks you are going with, you might rub a little on the fenders and quarter panels. I have American Racing Rebel rims which have an offset that puts the tires about flush with the quarter panel's edge so I had to roll the quarter panels so they wouldn't eat my tires. You won't be dissapointed with the Pro kit.
    i got the 10 spoke SLP rims that came with it they are 275/40/17s i just need to get rid of all that wheel well it looks so bad just look at my pic it needs help

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    Yeah, Jerry,

    That's about how low my drop is.

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