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Old 11-04-12, 06:49 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Hi,

I got my Vogtland springs and KYB shocks in but my bump stop rubber is trashed. Should I get dealer replacements or is there a better aftermarket option?

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Eibach all day, I had them on my 94 gs, i had no complaints
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Well for starters I went through a few brands and ill be going through a lot more .... I've recently discovered swapping certain parts for an accord works great. I have Kyb agx shocks in the front with the sleeve style spring pirch.
I like having adjustability but don't like have the 2500 for a full one piece system
Conclusion, the Kyb agx from a 1996 Honda accord with the wishbone mount fits and works great with the sleeve perch and 375-450 progressive rate springs feel stiff and still smooth at the same time,
With the setting on the struts at 3-4 the ride is amazing and when my oil pan literally sits .25 inches above my iPhone flat and has no bounce what so ever it's most certainly amazing that I only scrape over speed bumps
The shocks raised all the way up give the car an automatic 1.76" drop and that's without lowering springs, I'm working on figment for the rear but I'm also changing from neuspeed springs to Megan racing this winter to try and get an even better ride and brim my back end down one more inch
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Eibach springs all day and Koni reds struts on my gs 6 speed and rides better then oem! Plus it's lowered now bounce at all.
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