[DML] Re: Eibach springs/shock set
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[DML] Re: Eibach springs/shock set

IMO, if you're running original 25-yr old shocks and springs, you will
see a definite improvement not only in handling, but also in ride
quality. Unlike some shocks, when original DeLorean shocks get old,
they don't get soft, they get hard - very hard. That's why so many
DeLoreans ride like trucks.

Interestingly, while all customers agree that the handling performance
is greatly improved with the shock/spring setup, some US-customers
have mentioned that the ride seems too firm. On the other hand, some
European customers feel that the ride is not firm enough!

Also, after a brief period of unavailability, complete shock/spring
kits are now available from DMC (Texas) or the other full-service vendors.

James Espey
DMC (Texas)

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, doki_pen <doki_pen@xxxx> wrote:
> My question regarding the Eibach suspension is, does it make the
ride rougher over broken concrete and unevenpavement type surfaces?  I
have the original suspension in my car, and am looking for a proper
way to bring the front end down to where it should be,  this seems
like the way to go.
> Thank you all, very much appreciated.
> Jon

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