Well the ride on my car is much improved with the Bilstein B4 and Eibach springs, the fronts give a nice controlled, firmish but very comfortable ride over rough bits. The rears seem okay, but not totally solid like on my GT, not sure if there's other components on the rear apart from droplinks that could do with freshening up, maybe some of the bushes aren't so good.
I do have a bit of a concern on how the springs hold the back up. Ride height all round doesn't seem any different to the standard TI height, but the Eibachs defo sag more than the TI springs when the car is loaded up. I noticed with just the kids in the other day that the back end had gone down a fair bit, but just had a fairly large Woman in the back and the rear suspension didn't feel great. I might load the bike rack up tomorrow and see what the sag is like, because if the suspension doesn't take it, it's not gonna be a winner. Bizarre that my GT on Eibachs never grounds out even massively loaded, but when I put Eibachs on my old 156 SW, I had to take them off fairly quickly because they couldn't take much load at all.
Anyone using these springs on saloon or Sw that loads up a lot, maybe bikes on the back, camping equipment etc, any probs grounding out/ hitting bump stops?
They are defo the correct springs.
GT 3.2 V6 - Q2, KONI FSD & EIBACH PROKIT, GTA REMAP, MICHELLIN PS3's, BMC CDA
159 SW 2.4JTDM TI - ALFATUNED, WIZARD BACK BOXES, KW V3 COILOVERS, NOKIAN WR A3/MICHELLIN PS3, PCA DYNAMICS ALIGNMENT.