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PostSubject: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 10:21

What lowering springs would people recommend for the Hawk Sti, been looking at the Tein ones, but not sure what them or others are like, don't want the ride to be too hard or bouncy but definitely want the lower look, anybody got any pictures of there's or any recommendations thanks
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 13:09

Eibachs are usually good and comfy ride still too.
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 13:57

i had the prodrive ones on mine which are basically eibachs.

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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 16:04

ive got a set of later blobeye red prodrive springs with the tapered tops
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 16:08

baldy wrote:
ive got a set of later blobeye red prodrive springs with the tapered tops

So are these also the correct ones for the hawkeye if so how much you wanting for them
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 16:30

youd need to check with finn/jonny if theyre any use to ya £70
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 17:11

if they are for the wide track blob then yes they are fine for the hawkeye.
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 17:18

ill check the part no,s tmora
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 17:19

Ok cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 17:26

iddysti wrote:
i had the prodrive ones on mine which are basically eibachs.

Did the alignment need setting up again Iddy after having the prodrive springs fitted or will it still be ok.
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 17:56

it's worth while getting it done, go see Louie.
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 18:34

iddysti wrote:
it's worth while getting it done, go see Louie.

Ok cheers Iddy but thought Louie was always working out on the van now or is he back on site
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 18:53

Stevie I've got the prodrive ones on mine I think there great and just lower the car that little bit that it allows you to also have mudflaps on with them dragging the floor
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 19:31

Bigclarky wrote:
Stevie I've got the prodrive ones on mine I think there great and just lower the car that little bit that it allows you to also have mudflaps on with them dragging the floor

Cheers clarky, did you get your alignment done after fitting them, how much did it lower the car by.
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyWed 26 Dec - 19:53

Think it's around 35mm drop, I've never had the geometry realignment as of yet as i never use the car ATM was gonna wait untill feb till I get the wheels refurbed and get everything done together, the prodrive springs made a massive difference even in the general feel of the car when cornering
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptyFri 28 Dec - 9:16

Does anybody know the difference to look at between the prodrive springs for the widetrack blobeye and the none widetrack blobeye, as I need the widetrack ones to fit to my hawkeye.
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PostSubject: Re: Lowering springs   Lowering springs EmptySat 29 Dec - 0:27

got tein springs with standard sti struts on my car, and it sits nice and not as harsh as the sti springs are.
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car has hawkeye frontend on now
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