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I have an offer to buy new Eibach Pro Kit for very very low price
but it is for 155 V6 and I have 155 Q4...
Should I put V6 springs on Q4?

Rear springs are with same catalogue number but front are not...
anyone had experience with springs?

thanks
Bojan
 

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No idea, but I''ll ask some questions anyway :)

..but what are the weights of the two cars, and the front rear weight distribution percentages.
If they are very similar I couldn't see any problem..

Do you know the "spring ratings" of the two different front sets?

Cheers,
TB

QuadrifoglioSCG said:
I have an offer to buy new Eibach Pro Kit for very very low price
but it is for 155 V6 and I have 155 Q4...
Should I put V6 springs on Q4?

Rear springs are with same catalogue number but front are not...
anyone had experience with springs?

thanks
Bojan
 

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QuadrifoglioSCG said:
I have an offer to buy new Eibach Pro Kit for very very low price
but it is for 155 V6 and I have 155 Q4...
Should I put V6 springs on Q4?

Rear springs are with same catalogue number but front are not...
anyone had experience with springs?

thanks
Bojan
i would just like to say if thay dont fit then i would be interested in the kit thanks jeff
 

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@trailbraker
axle weights are +-10kg and track width is same as i know...

@alfajack
a friend of mine has Delta Grale and he had uprated springs which he additionaly !!!CUT!!! to make car even lower... result was that
his gearbox/diff malfunctioned because shafts were not in right angle
or something... so maybe that would be it...

@155 V6 - Jeff
sure if you want to pay postage from Serbia&Montenegro...
 

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Good point - I should have mentioned to check the spring lengths as well as sprint rates.
The spring denotation is normally stamped on the springs like
"200-80" 200 being 20cm in length, and 80 being the spring rate (normally in N/mm).
sometimes you may be quoted lbs/inch

Heres a handy cross reference chart for spring types
http://www.hrsprings.com/site/motorsport/60mm.html#200

Cheers,
TB
 
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