I helped my brother install a set of these on his 96SS. They claim a lower drop than the Eibach's on mine. His is still settling and I have about 20,000 miles on mine. Right now his is slightly lower than mine. We stripped one of the rear shocks upon removal, so he threw a cheap set on just to get by, but he's already said he's getting better ones because the ride is too rough. I think we'll have to shave the bump stops on the front before it improves though. Oh, by the way. Neither one dropped the front as far as we would have liked so we may be cutting half a coil off the front to make it look more "appealing" (is that a word I wanna use here? [img]8.gif[/img] )
do you think i might be better off with the djm springs to go a little lower? i don't think i will do this until the summer when i am making more money. i'd rather do a few sensors and wires now and they i'll fix my handeling in the summer. but i'd like to know in advance. maybe it would be best to get lowering spindles instead? and then do springs in the rear. any more suggestions?