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Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Washington Township, Michigan
If you're looking for handling, the two best handling springs on the market for our cars are SSCs and Pedders. SSCs have slightly less handling potential than the Pedders, but offer more of a drop, which is why I went with them. The ride on both is also excellent (which is rare for good-handling springs, generally).
Also, I would suggest purchasing FE5 (08+, SS/TC stuff) struts and shocks to make the most of whatever springs you do choose. They're also better able to handle lowering springs.
When I did my suspension swap, I did FE5 struts and shots, SSC springs, SS/SC lower control arms, SS/SC front 24mm swaybar and moog swaybar end links, the improvement was, to say the least, nothing short of mind-blowing.
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