[DML] Re: DMC Netherlands lowering springs and shock kit
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[DML] Re: DMC Netherlands lowering springs and shock kit


I have the DMCH suspension set up  and the ride is very firm and corners like it's on rails 
this is mostly because their  rear shocks are quite stiff. if you have smooth twisty black top 
roads in your area you will love them. if you drive on roads with cracks and bumps as 
there are in my area you will hate them, because of the stiff rear shocks. unfortunately this 
shock set up recently doubled in price.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jeremy" <thesmokingman@xxxx> wrote:
> I've decided to lower my DeLorean and change out the shocks in favor
> of something that provides better performance. I drive my car hard and
> I need a suspension that is firm, gives excellent road feel, and is
> stable during very hard cornering.
> I've looked at Houston's and Rob Grady's setups and I don't think they
> are right for my car (although I am still considering the DMCH Eibach
> springs). 
> I was referred to Ed Uding's DMC Netherland site and their adjustable
> power shocks (Article SB003) and lowering springs (Article VS004). 
> http://www.dmc-service.nl
> The shocks look very nice and the springs claim to be a bit stiffer
> than the OEM ones. If I decide to go this route, I will either go with
> the full DMC Netherlands kit, or a combination of Netherland shocks
> and DMCH Eibach springs.
> I'd love to hear some impressions from owners who are running this
> setup on their car before I take the plunge. 
> Jeremy Delaney
> 10842

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