In that case, eibach springs, bilstein shocks, addco front and rear sway bars, some 17x9 rims with some sticky tires, probably some money left over, and close to 1.0G's in the skidpad.jeleighlover said:do want to lower it a bit..... got round $2g's to spend on suspension
I thought the Bilsteins were discontinued?MadMikeyL said:In that case, eibach springs, bilstein shocks, addco front and rear sway bars, some 17x9 rims with some sticky tires, probably some money left over, and close to 1.0G's in the skidpad.
Well the way I did it was flip the top plates to opposite sides and that will move the motor back about an inch, and then instead of using the stock mounts I drilled holes through 4 hockey pucks and put a bolt through the bottom bracket, 2 pucks, then the top plate. This way it's as strong as the bolt, but it still isolates the vibrations. Plus it only cost me $4! The other method would be to fab up some solid metal mounts but that would cost more and transfer more vibration into the passenger compartment.jeleighlover said:thanx for the tip.... how do i lower motor??? where can i buy all these suspension parts???
well he said he wants to spend $2K on suspension, so $600 for shocks isn't out of the question by those standards.SloMo228 said:As far as I know, the Bilstein shocks were discontinued a couple years ago. Koni adjustables are a good option but run about $500-600 for a set.