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Does anyone make stock a height performance spring?

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    Does anyone make stock a height performance spring?

    Just that. Are there any companies producing a performance spring package for a 97 Formula that is stock height? I'd like to lower, but I live on a dirt road and avoiding the highspots is hard enough now.

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    the slp eibach/bilstein package dosnt lower it much......an inch at most

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    dont leave at stock height atleast drop an inch....

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    just get Koni SA shocks front and install in lower perch (keep stock springs)... this will lower ~3/4" and improve your ride alot... Bilstein HD for the rear w/ the hose-mod... will lower the same amount.
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    I'm pretty much dead-set against lowering my car. Of course, If i can find some wheels, I may end up changing my mind.

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    what's the hose mod, I looked through other post but do not know about this mod

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSz28 View Post
    what's the hose mod, I looked through other post but do not know about this mod
    in the rear, there is a huge rubber thing on top of the spring, to avoid spring to body (metal to metal) contact.
    replace that with a hose on the 1st coil...
    that's the hose-mod.

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