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At a mere 109k miles, I think that it is time for new springs and shocks on my (facelifted) 2005 3.0 auto.

I've had a couple of combinations suggested. Has anyone done this? Any other recommendations?

The car runs on original 18" alloys using Pirelli P6000 rossos.

Mainly motorway miles.
 

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..i'm planning on eibachs and FSDs. I'm worried about the car being too stiff on the eibachs as the roads here in dublin are pretty lunar, so the other option i'd considered was FSDs or Bilstein B6s with alfa's facelift TI springs, though these are pretty pricey.

the other obvious option is to just use the stock stuff again.. one of the lads here redid his 2.5 with all the stock stuff and it feels great...
 

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Ti springs and shocks

I have 2004 3.0 Ti and will be doing the rear soon. I have new TI springs and am wondering which shocks to use. I'm afraid that KONI or Bilstein will make it too stiff. Ti springs are stiff and a stiff shocks might turn the ride too uncomfortable. Originally Ti has regular shocks.
 
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