[DML] Re: Suspension Upgrades
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[DML] Re: Suspension Upgrades



Not sure about other kits, but I have the Eibach kit on my car and I 
don't think the ride is too firm.  I live in MI, a state well-known 
for potholes and it is a solid thump when hitting an unavoidable 
one.  However it is a sports car and it can't be expected to float 
over those.  Any lowering kit you install is going to firm up the 
ride a bit.

Sandor
# 3002



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Todd Nelson" <tan5732@...> wrote:
>
> List:
>  
> I am looking into suspension upgrades for my Delorean.  The Eibach 
kit from Houston is one obvious choice, especially since it seems 
like the only complete kit out there.  My current system is 
completely stock, so I am also looking into a system that will lower 
the front end a bit.  My other concern is how stiff a system like the 
Eibach setup is.  I live in Vermont and if you've ever lived in 
Vermont you'd know that very few of your tax dollars are going into 
road repair and repaving.  That being said I am looking for something 
that is firm, but not so firm I will be rattling the teeth out of my 
head around every corner.  Are there any other complete suspension 
kits available other than the Eibach setup?  And what are peoples 
impressions of these different systems?  The front end currently 
feels like a '75 Lincoln Town car, it is very soft and can be moved 
up and down quite a bit just by pushing on it, so I think some work 
is in order.  Not to mention all of the creaking and squeaking you 
hear when pushing up and down on it.










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