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Drag Launch Kit Do Or Dont?

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    Question Drag Launch Kit Do Or Dont?

    I was thinking of going with the Eibach drag launch kit but its hard to find and I dont know anybody that has done it and if it would even help r just make the car ride like total shit? The only real driving I do now is maybe around town and to and from the track. Any help would be appreciated.

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    it will make the rear of the car lower than the front. which is good for weight transfer when launching. i don't now about around town driving.

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    Does it look like shit or just slightly lower? It really don't matter if it works? I guess I can try it and find out. Anyone that has tried it let me know if it is worth $270 or not.

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    i would check out some strano lowering springs...sam can hook your suspension up for whatever you want to do with it

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    what are strano springs? never heard of them but I'm open for suggestions.

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    His company website is here: http://www.stranoparts.com/

    And here is a few threads pertaining to members experience with them.

    I have not ordered them yet but I probably will before the end of winter.

    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=644012

    http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=576054

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    His original question was does it help, so has anyone used it? I'd like to know as well, anything to hook up better.

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    what about some QA1 double adjustable shox? that way you can make the front spring up fast but retract really slow, thereby keeping that back squating

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    Like 9 to 1"s right, that probably is the thing to do, unfortunately my KYB's are brand new

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    oh well I just thought because of the reasonable price the drag launch kit would be worth a try but I really don't want to have to experiment with different spring rates and heights.

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