H&R's on stockers...going on 70K miles. It is fine IMHO. No hop yet and the ride and valving are perfect for my style. My back is stiff enough with out over-damping. The things everyone misses here is that they don't drive a racecar they drive a streetcar....different environments call for different tuning Oh and a new alignment would be required if the shocks have the same mounting location.juniorsdad said:the l-tuned suspension is only springs and sways....
they use the factory shocks
but the drop is only 1-1.2" and the spring rate is mild
i think if you drop more than 1.5", aftermarket performance shocks are req'd
Tell me how that S-Tech and Biltstein combo feels, I'm going to order some Biltstein later on.. ThanksNPB4ME said:I had an Eibach-Pro Kit with stock shocks and then switched to Tein S-Techs with Bilstein shocks. The Prokit rode good but didn't drop much. The Tein/Bilstein combo rides a little firmer then the Prokit but I got 1.75 drop all around and it handles better. I am going to post a review of both with pics next week.