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kyb struts?

evastos

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I thinking of getting the kyb struts. The rear suspension is starting to make noises, so it's about time I change the suspension I do have 94,000 miles on them. I really just want the supension for comfort reason's. So what would someone recommend I do? I read a thread on Clubgp that described the KYB'S as riding stiff is this true?
 

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the KYB's aren't that bad, any aftermarket spring is going to ride rougher than stock, but from what I have been able to tell from my friends cars its not that bad. I personally recommend the GMPP kit, thats what I have and it is awesome!
 
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The KYB's aren't stiff at all, the springs really make it feel stiff. I've got the KYB GR2's on with SLP springs (which are basicaly the Eibach's gen 1) and it's actually a very comfortable ride. I was actually hoping it would be stiffer than it ended up being. You can get the GMPP springs by themselves, and put them on KYB's, it would be a nice combo.
 

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Originally posted by Ron Vogel@Jan 31 2005, 02:40 PM
You can get the GMPP springs by themselves, and put them on KYB's, it would be a nice combo.
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Where can you get the gmpp springs by them selfs? Wonder how much the stock ones are?
 

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