ok i gota trans am. this summer i wanna drop it. a friend of mine has hotchkis springs in his they are decent but very very stiff also his back strust bottomout and it bangs alot, there only bilstien HD's. anyway i love the look of 315's and when they are tucked close to the fender with like no gap so thats what im gonna do. what would be mybest bet for springs and shock/struts for a daily to retain a decent ride ive been thinking bmr or eibach prokit
i have use eibach prokits in my last 2 cars being :
88 monte SS
88 mazda mx6 GT
i loved the way the prokit felt in both but ive read that in the fbodys they drop more than advertised and sometimes sag in the back.
Last edited by rgaynor85; 05-10-2006 at 10:41 AM..
Thats how i would describe mine... sporty but not harsh. If you decide to get the revalved shocks, call Sam and he will talk to you about how you want them to ride and he will give them a custom valving adjustment. Thats what I did and I'm very happy with the results.
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Springs are more of an individual variable and it's more difficult to absolutely recommend a spring that will work in so many applications like the Koni S/A component. Stock springs don't feel that bad until you get those speeds up there. I like my 1le springs.
I always recommend Konis because of not only their versatility, but also the fact they are the premere off-the-shelf handlers for fbodies and endless other vehicles. Revalved Bilsteins are a great budget alternative to Koni S/As, which seem to be the more popular choice these days for some reason.