Shock absorbers & sport springs match up needed...

LemonRuski

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time to change my standard shocks and springs, cos I've managed to save enuff $$$ for it now.

need suggestions on which brand of shock absorbers with Eibach Federn pro-kit sport springs ...

that is suitable for my car...(Kia Spectra)

thanks in advance!!
 

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Dude,

If you are serious about suspension, call up this number 019 2309961 and ask to talk to Rosli on RS suspension options.

No-nonsense, comfort AND performance. He'll do it for you until you're satisfied.

How much? Cheap.

Why? He'll use back your OE absorbers and coil springs. Seriously. Just make sure you still have your original absorbers/springs. Not the aftermarket ones.

Let's just say I put my adjustables for retirement in the meantime after using his setup. :wink:

Cheers.
 

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darahhitam, does it mean he will use back my original spring and abs and custom mod it to suit my preference??... reliable or not??...
 

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yea..reliable anot?
worst thing is to spend $$$...then find out the product is not lasting... =(
 

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darahhitam said:
Dude,

If you are serious about suspension, call up this number 019 2309961 and ask to talk to Rosli on RS suspension options.

No-nonsense, comfort AND performance. He'll do it for you until you're satisfied.

How much? Cheap.

Why? He'll use back your OE absorbers and coil springs. Seriously. Just make sure you still have your original absorbers/springs. Not the aftermarket ones.

Let's just say I put my adjustables for retirement in the meantime after using his setup. :wink:

Cheers.
hi
how much??
so will it cost more or less than the original stock supension?

so u using it how long liao? lasting or not?
i thinking doing mine also

but u know lar.. stock absorber cannot be open up one..
after open up to change oil change valve and something
dono the seal strong enough or not.. when putting all back
u know lar.. road condition in malaysia so...
 

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Mine also not so flexy when i bought my gti . 1st i thought the
absober kong liau but ,,, after check out from few mechcanics
and drove my few frens gti , i found that is normal .

My advise is don't change , remain to stock abs . U can be more reliabe when cornering . Gti 's are proud of it's LOTUS tech handling , pls don't kill it dude's . :tee: :tee: :tee: