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    Anyone out there like me using H&R springs and Bilstein B8 dampers? I can tell you its another car completely. The car control is so much better copared to original setup.

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    no, but i've fitted Eibach springs and GSi dampers to Mrs GSi's signum and it corners like it's on rails.... doesn't wallow or dip it's nose under heavy braking either.. ..it's how the cars should have left the factory.. they're too soft as standard IMO..

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    Eibach springs are the number one to buy
    they load there springs in a way no other company does
    prgressive loading

    on the normal driving the spring doesnt feel to hard with the softer part of the spring being used
    as you drive the car harder the car goes past the softer part of the springs into the higher area of the spring

    the loading of the spring is a lot like a power graph it start as a normal spring them the graph goes up the spring becomes harder

    Eibach are the only company that make there springs in this way

    and there great 10 out of 10

    a great upgrade

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