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Old 10-15-2010, 11:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Ispeed View Post

TV: are you running original shocks and springs on the '85 euro? You could just send your shocks back to Bilstein for a rebuild (the euros came with Bilsteins) as I'm sure they need it. It's a cheap fix. And get some new wheels while you're at it.

When it comes out of mothballs it will be getting LOTS of new stuff, wheels, suspension, braking, other mechanical bits and lots of cosmetic stuff. When it pulls up next to any other car of any make - it will leave the same impression as it did in 85.
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Old 10-15-2010, 03:16 PM
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Carl:
Thanks for the info. I have DR sway bars so I don't want to go too stiff on the springs. I'll call Bilstein and see what they say about the acceptable "range" of spring rates they can handle before needing to be re-valved.

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