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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-30-2014, 07:46 PM Thread Starter
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Which has more low and is better

I found a new set eibachs and fe5s who's is better and would lower me more Eibach lowering springs for 03-05 Saturn Ion
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I've heard of people having issues with the Eibachs, I have no experience with them, but no matter what you do, DO NOT BUY THE TIEN S-TECHS.... Thats what I have and I hate the ride.
if the FE5's have the stock springs they won't lower you much. If your in an LS or LT, I think they will lower you maybe an inch, and pretty much level the car off. The ride quality should be pretty good though, and it will be a step up from what you have. Me personally I will never buy another set of lowering springs. I know you don't want to hear this but coilovers will be your best bet.

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I've heard of people having issues with the Eibachs, I have no experience with them, but no matter what you do, DO NOT BUY THE TIEN S-TECHS.... Thats what I have and I hate the ride.
if the FE5's have the stock springs they won't lower you much. If your in an LS or LT, I think they will lower you maybe an inch, and pretty much level the car off. The ride quality should be pretty good though, and it will be a step up from what you have. Me personally I will never buy another set of lowering springs. I know you don't want to hear this but coilovers will be your best bet.
Honestly if I for sure keep the car for over a year I'd put the money for the coil covers but I'm still not sure.


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