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      07-17-2012, 10:16 PM   #11
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Hey man!

1. No bumpstops. The pressure/damping capacity negates the need for bump stops. Looking past the highly technical reasons for a min - we have sold many many JRZ dampers and never heard one complaint. We run them on our E36 race car with no issue.

2. Yes, non M are available. Charles had to run M3 springs as he had converted to all M3 suspension bits.

3. Not that we have seen or heard of. This is all very new, but I know of just about every fixed height kit out there now and we have not heard this complaint.

ot - well, since we caught up on all of our core items, the diff covers are next. I think we will have 20 short covers in 2 weeks We upgraded the hardware to super overkill status too...added bonus.


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Originally Posted by cvc 22349a View Post
Mike:
What does JRZ do about bumpstops?
Is the fixed height ACS spring set available for non-m cars; why go with M springs instead of non-m?
Does using GC camber plates v. oe strut mounts lower the front ride height with fixed springs?

ot: How are those diff covers coming along
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