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    Eibach Pro-Street Coilovers (56k er's beware)

    Look what i got in the post today



    AstraG Version .



    Rear height adjuster .



    Rear height adjuster with rear spring .



    Complete coilover set picture .


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    They look very good
    when you fitting them and trying them out?
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    Not for a while yet m8, i need to save and get a few things done at the same time . Plus i'm too busy atm

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    Want some :roll:

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    those look smart manch.

    goin to look very nice me thinks

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    that will be low no doubt! very nice looks very well put together

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    like the look of them alot

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    They do look very good quality, looking at the machining and parts they've used

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    how much do a set of these cost? and what benifits do u get from coilovers as upposed to springs? are they worth getting if you dont want to go tooo love but want wicked handling?
    gsi front, sri turbo rear, bk299's, 2x15" diamond m3's and a dls a6 I need more bass ... 1200 rms and counting

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    Quote Originally Posted by stage1
    how much do a set of these cost? and what benifits do u get from coilovers as upposed to springs? are they worth getting if you dont want to go tooo love but want wicked handling?
    They are 625 retail i think. With normal springs you have less spring travel the lower the car goes, but with coilovers the spring travel stays contant . The point of a coilover kit is to have wicked handling at any height, if you only want 30mm lowering then it may not be worth it .

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