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Old 02-24-2018, 08:56 AM
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Default Lowering the car

Good day everyone,

I'm looking to upgrade my suspension. I have decided to go with Bilstein b6/b8 combo for durability. Can anyone with these dampers tell me if they still experience the floatiness of the stock shocks on the bilsteins?

I also want to lower the car but only the rear. I want to the rear to have the same stance as the front. The front in stock form is perfect imo. Is there a set of springs that does not lower the front but lowers the rear? Would a thinner spring pad be enough? I wouldn't mind to have an higher spring rate at the front to reduce nose dive but I don't want it lower.

Thanks

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