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

Are the rear shocks that Chris used adjustable? I believe that if you 
put the Eibach springs on rear shocks that are stock, or designed to 
operate only at the stock height, the rear is going to sit low but 
about 1/2 inch. The DMCH rears are adjustable to compensate for this 
as part of the design. (So are Marty's by the way). I have no idea 
why the front would appear high, unless the shocks you used are 
severely pressurized. I have seen the same springs end up at 
different heights on different cars for no particular reason. (yes - 
we have swapped springs around cars trying to figure some of this 

Sometimes its not good to "break up" a system, and when you mix and 
match different vendors' systems, you can't complain to the system 
integrator since it's yourself. 


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, doki_pen <doki_pen@xxxx> wrote:
> That is definitely NOT the look I'm going for.
> Jon
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Christophe Vieira <chris_delorean@xxxx>
> To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2005 12:16:06 PM
> Subject: [DML] Re: Eibach springs/shock set
> Hello,
> I installed on my car DMCH Eibach spring and PJ Grady perfo shocks.
> I use to drive fast and handling is really great with this setup and
> yes, it could be better if ride was a little more firm. We do not 
> to drive "barge" in Europe. ;-)
> The only "bad" point about Eibach spring is that the front is still 
> little too hight on my car.

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