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  • Bilstein B4 shocks & Eibach springs

    5 55.56%
  • Supersport kit, (matched springs and shocks)

    4 44.44%
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Thread: Bilstein or Supersport

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    Default Bilstein or Supersport

    As the title says.
    I'm just about to order new shocks and springs from LMF.

    Do i go for Bilstein shocks & Eibach springs or

    Supersport kit ?

    All comments welcome.

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    had Bilsteins on every car ive owned and always been perfect

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    Vehicle : Vectra sri


    Engine : 2.2 z22se

    Year : 2003

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    I've got supersport kit no complaints!!

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    Vehicle : Signum 2.0 DTi

    Trim : Elegance/Elite

    Engine : 2.0DTi

    Year : 2003

    Mileage : 73350

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    I have bilsten dampers and supersport springs
    Driving vauxhall,s for 30 + years
    and still loving it

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    Vehicle : Vectra elite

    Trim : Elite

    Engine : 1800

    Year : 2004

    Mileage : 80000

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    i had b4 and lowered suspension on and ok but they std shocks so can bottom out.. then did the supersport kit loads better as shorter dampers to fit lowered springs deffo best of the 2 kits.
    sold them on last yr as now got B6 shocks and H&R springs now loads loads better than other 2 but should be as price

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    Im running the supersport 45/40 mm drop & have had no probs so far.. Apart from high kerbs sometimes

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    confused Monroe shocks

    Hi all, this is the 1st time that I have used a forum. I have a 07 Signum 3.0 V6 cdti. I have just put a pair of Monroe STD shocks on the rear. £67 instead nearly £500 for the Vx genuine ones !! 20mm longer but can't see any difference in the car height ! The ride is a bit firmer and holds the corners a bit tighter!! So far so good. But I had a n/s/f wheel bearing fitted at the same time. But the new bearing was faulty ( I was told it was from a bad batch) ABS sensor faulty (open Circuit) When the faulty one was removed (800 miles and 10 days later the grease was oozing out all over sensor!! New Bearing hub fitted, ABS light out, all is well again !! But the ABS does not work like it should ?? when breaking on dry good roads ABS cuts in for 2 seconds and then ok. Could this be any thing to do with the rear Monroe Shocks as I have been told by my fitter who spoke to Vauxhall on the phone ?????? I hope somebody can HELP ?????

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