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Optimal gt jtd lowering???

Hi Folks! looking for a proper advice for a JTD GT lowering? just about to buy new shocks and springs kit for my GT,what best lowering for JTD models? I thinking to go with PRO-SYSTEM suspension kit from EIBACH 30mm??? I am running on original 17 multispoke.Anyone please share your experience!

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Hi Folks! looking for a proper advice for a JTD GT lowering? just about to buy new shocks and springs kit for my GT,what best lowering for JTD models? I thinking to go with PRO-SYSTEM suspension kit from EIBACH 30mm??? I am running on original 17 multispoke.Anyone please share your experience!
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Don't know about the GT - but on the 156 the Pro-Kit was pretty good actually - just stay away from bilstein B6 or B8 shocks on the rear if you are planning to keep compfort.
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Don't know about the GT - but on the 156 the Pro-Kit was pretty good actually - just stay away from bilstein B6 or B8 shocks on the rear if you are planning to keep compfort.
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Aparantly Koni FSD / pro kit combo not so goo either
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