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    Default 40/45mm Springs for Signum

    Does anyone know of anywhere that does 40 or 45mm lowering springs for a signum 1.9cdti? I can only seem to find 30/30 or 35/25.

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    pi are your best bet m8

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    THey don't seem to do them any lower for the Signum!

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    they say you need to use shortned shock absorbers?? do you??

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    Well, the signum is a vectra c, so all should be he same.
    The difference might be that the signum usually has softer and longer shocks which may not damp enough for lowering springs. So when the springs are too short, you might end up bottoming out the shocks or hitting every speedbump. HTH

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    I had Pi 45mm with B4's on my siggy and to be honest it was too low, the 30mm eibachs with either B4's or B6's are the way to go for handling HTH.

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