Re: [DML] Eibach Vs.
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Re: [DML] Eibach Vs.



 
Alex.. I can only speak of going from a stock system that had been lowered  
to the Eibach Springs and Struts.  The ride is a harder ride but it handles  
like it is on rails.  Incredible handling and the ride is much more like a  
sports car than the original ride was.  Eibach was a big step but I'm happy  I 
made it.
 
Roy  #0893
 
 
In a message dated 9/14/2005 4:09:20 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
mauibarber@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:

Aloha,
My Delorean has "FRONT AND REAR PERF SHOCKS FROM HOUSTON (NOT  EIBACH)s " and 
"PJ GRADYS FRONT LOWERING SPRINGS"  The ride is kinda  bumpy and I was 
wondering how much better the Eibach system would be than  my current set up. 
I would imagine that the eibach springs would be  a little bumpy too?    
Has anybody felt the difference between  somethign like I have vs. the Eibach 
system and would it be worth the  $1000 to change over?
-Alex






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