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Mon Aug 25 2014, 03:14pm
Member No: #24127
Joined: Feb 05 2012
Location: Bexhill on Sea
Looking good!
Mon Aug 25 2014, 03:49pm

Member No: #2
Joined: Aug 12 2006
Location: Manchester
Which coil overs are your running? I actually quite like the hight it's sitting at personally.

When I had mine, the front was wound down a bit more than that to begin with. This was the result of a multi storey car park.

It got wound up slightly after that, as it was awful having to deal bumps day to day. Has quite a large front end that likes to catch on things.
Tue Aug 26 2014, 05:46pm
Member No: #13453
Joined: Apr 25 2010
Location: Haverfordwest
Running cheapy 'Rokker' coilovers. They're actually alright, considering they cost £150! If I start doing more track days, I'll upgrade, but they do the job for now. Won't be lowering very much more anyway. I'm used to driving a low car after my Audi anyway!
Tue Aug 26 2014, 06:35pm

Member No: #2
Joined: Aug 12 2006
Location: Manchester
That was the result of the down ramp, being different to the up ramp. I went very very slow. Still destroyed the undertray.

Ramp was just too steep.

Want to get coilovers for my Monaro next, unfortunately they are rather expensive. Rougly £1,600, so will be saving a while.
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