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Old 05-11-2006, 03:09 PM   #1
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Default ??Sportline Rear Spring?? Overall, will I hook.

Never been to the track w/ this suspension setup yet. Main ? is, how are the rear springs gonna do? Also, U think the car will Hook. Will be on skinnies and M/T Drag radial (275/60/15) w/ a 4.10 gear and a M6. Where looking at maybe a 3600lb car.

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No sway bar
Qa1's w/ 275 pound spring, Set on 1 currently
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Eibach Sportline spring
Qa1 shocks set on 6 currently
Adj. LCA's
Adj Panhard bar
BMR Adj. TQ arm
Stock rear Sway bar
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relocation brackets?
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relocation brackets?

YES I do.
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Anyone running these springs at the track?
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I'm not, but I'm interested to see how your 60' is with these springs. Keep us updated
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i ran the pro springs by eibach. 1.4x 60'
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Old 05-15-2006, 12:34 PM   #7
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Sean Freese's SS(BeaSSt) has Prokit springs on the front and rear of his car and it cuts 1.24 60's.
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Went a 1.27 60ft on a prokit
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I personally hate the Sportline springs, but they might work. The ProKit springs normally work pretty well.
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I personally hate the Sportline springs, but they might work. The ProKit springs normally work pretty well.

Got them cheap and the look is perfect in my opinion.
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I was curious to see if the car would 60ft much differnt than stock rear springs also. i got a deal on some sportlines. but i dont know if i'm putting them on the car, my x-pipe will be dragging the ground. i guess i could allways re-sell them.

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