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    What is the difference between the cituning low and extra low springs?

    Obviously extra low is lower but by how much.

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    hello


    dnt know with them some are lower by 35mm and i think cituning ones are 40mm but now you can get 60mm lowering spring its up to you really !

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    Default Re: Cituning Springs

    35mm = low, 50mm = extra low springs

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    mine are 40mm but my side skirts make it look lower too ,

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    it also depends on what engine size you have, the smaller the engine i.e. 1.1 and 1.4's will not be as low with the springs on as the 1.6 will be ok

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    Got a 1.4 furio

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    id go for the cituning ones they look good and will sit well , with your new alloys lol

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    go for extra low babe, i went for low on my furio and even tho it gave it a nice drop around 30mm i wish id have lowered it more. a few guys will agree with that on here you always wanna go lower so go for extra low.
    you wont get any rubbing probs with them and give a realy good look
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    the prolem with springs on the lower spec models 1.4,1.1 etc is that the front will allways be higher than the back!!

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    thats always gonna be the case unless you go for coilovers, i wished i'd have saved and got my self a set
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    Default Re: Cituning Springs

    Go for Xtra Lows

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    i think eibach do a set thats 30 at the back at 50 at the front!! i might be confussed!!

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    Any one else know bout the eibach springs that lower 30 at back, 50 at front??

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    Default Re: Cituning Springs

    I want to know that aswell!

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    i´m pretty shure i saw them some where...might have dremt it tho..

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    Sportline from Eibach... 45-50mm in front, and 30mm in back
    http://www.eibach.de/index_2.php?LID...0&LID4=0&MODL=[D]C2%20(J)[/D][E]C2%20(J)[/E]&SPA=1&C_lang=en&STEP_2=1&STEP=1&STEP_3=1&HRST=Cit roen&STARTLIST=1

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    Default Re: Cituning Springs

    is it true that any car that is lowered more than 40mm needs to have new suspension arms to handle the forces....

    i read about it somewhere.....can anyone clarify?

    it does sort of make sense i suppose

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    thanks dkc i new i had seen it somewhere...think i will get i set of these! as on the 1.4 the front is always higher after lowering..this way they should be even!!

    parksey...loads of people on here have theres lowerd more than that and no probs that i have heard of...

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    Eibach comming for my car too...SUPER quality.

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    parksey...loads of people on here have theres lowerd more than that and no probs that i have heard of...
    It might only apply to older vehicles like the saxo... major problems with that when its lowered. (VTR model)

    But we will have to see as time goes by lol...

    Im gunna get mine lowered eventually but not in any hurry btf

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    parksey...loads of people on here have theres lowerd more than that and no probs that i have heard of...
    It might only apply to older vehicles like the saxo... major problems with that when its lowered. (VTR model)

    But we will have to see as time goes by lol...

    Im gunna get mine lowered eventually but not in any hurry tbf

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    Where would i get these from?
    The link only gave a choice of Austrailia or America.

    Anyone know what the prices are for these?

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