Originally Posted by Beansss95
HAD........... the Eibach lowering springs (1.5) without the caster\camber adjusters on my 95. Ruined a set yoko 45's. The handling was great as long as the road was baby-but smooth. Actually you really get to feel every crack in the road and learn to avoid every rail-road crossing and stay off any road that has any kind of pot-hole.
Yeah the Eibachs have always been an autocross spring.
FRs are probably the softest, followed by kenny brown & Steeda, then Saleen & Roush, after them, they start to get pretty punishing . .. the closer to a race spring you go, the more punishing the ride.
The best combination for the street are soft springs and tight anti-roll bars . ..
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