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Old 02-27-2003, 08:11 PM   #1
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Default Need info on prodrive springs

hey i want to know your input on these springs and how they work with the stock struts, i am coming from h and r springs and have heard a many well things bout the prodrive springs, the h and r are too stiff and dont work well wit the stock struts any help guys...

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Old 02-27-2003, 09:47 PM   #2
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Prodrive P1 spring rates are nearly identical to SPT springs- pretty stiff. I'm not positive about the World Rally setup Prodrive makes, but I think those are only sold as a set with the Bilsteins. I am getting the P1 setup soon, so I will be posting on it then. If you want to keep your stock struts, I'd recommend the Einach Pro-Kit, they are stiffer than stock but not harsh. If you are willing to replace struts, then buy something that comes as a matched set. If you're on a budget, I'd say either the Pro-Kit springs or the SPT springs with some KYB AGX struts, plus some other bits that will help. Also, of course, GET RID of the RE92s and upgrade your rear anti-roll bar. Let us know what car/transmission you have and you'll get more specific answers.
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