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    Default Sri Springs on LS dampers

    Is this worth doing?

    Would it fluff up the dampers or anything?

    I have some Sri springs and wondered if it is worth changing them?

    All help appreciated...

    I'm off now anyway, but will see some of you on Sunday!!!!!!!!!



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    see you sunday Jon...and the dampers won't really keep up with the springs.. different damping rates..

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    Probably over load them too eventually they will wear out quick. As the forces will be higher than usual.

    Same amount of work done but in less distance = higher forces.

    work = force x distance (GCSE physics)


    Stick 'em on Ebay

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    From experience, I can tell you that 'standard' shocks don't work very well at all with shorter/harder springs.

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    POO!

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    you dried out yet fella ??

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    Aye mate, near enough.

    You?

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