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      04-18-2006, 06:31 PM   #15
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if this is true, that it does not wear the stock shocks as quickly as h&r, I would go h&r. The fact that it doesn't wear it out as much could be due to the fact that the h&r is more aggressive though, no?

Originally Posted by e 90
from my past expericence, H&R wears out the stock shocks a lot faster. Eibach pro-kit is easier on the stock shock and a bit nicer ride.

H&R have a little better performance, but is suggusted to repalce aftermarket shocks and struts.

Eibach works fine with stock struts and shocks, but of course replacing shocks and struts is always better.
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