Get some FK coilovers, there height adjustable and not expensive. Think you can get them for about £400 delivered
Thanks AK LET, i looked around and it seems the backs are not ajustable in height if you go for the cheaper fk coilovers! They are around £400 new but they are the base model, not sure if i fancy £400 for the worse ones they do????
I have just lowerd my van this weekend 60mmf 40mmr looks mean but think im gonna have back put to 60, handles like a beast, will post a pic later
what springs did you go for Jack?
Just to let everyone know i used 40mm lowering springs from koni for the estate astra g and they fitted perfectly on my van. The ride is as comfortable as it was before just a little sharper, the van is lower but still useable as a van, my mudflaps do drag slightly over large speedhumps though.
Has anybody use uprated dampers, the koni adjustable ones are nice as my saab is on them but £417 delivered not fitted is a little extreme, any ideas?
i just 40mm springs on my motor and i havent lost any comfort at all m8 the springs i got r jamex
I have the Highsport FK's on mine, the rears are adjustable. And they are around £400 to your door from rimstyle or gas performance.
any pics of 40mm?
I have lowered my van recently on the Raceland Coilover Kit from ebay. I can't fault it at all, it handles incredibly even with the standard 14" steel wheels on! For the rear you get springs, shocks and an adjuster to change the height of the back end but I have set both the front and the rear of my van to the lowest without any problems of rubbing or anything, even with a cooker in the back!
I got them from somebody called 'TuningLeader' off ebay and he originally wanted £189 for them and then another £15 for Postage & Packaging but I offered him £140 and he accepted so all in all only cost me £155 for a set of adjustable coilovers which come with a 2 year warranty which I beleive (don't quote me on it though) is more than you get with a set of more expensive FK Coilovers.