PistolWhip Posted December 26, 2010 Report Share Posted December 26, 2010 I thought I was done gathering up all of my suspension parts, but lately I've been pondering a damper change to go along with everything I already have. I don't race the car often and when I do, it will likely only be on the 20" drag radials that I keep on the car all the time, so I'm not looking to build an all out drag car. I also don't road race the car at all and likely never will. I'm more looking for a descent ride, good street handling for occasional "spirited" driving and descent traction at the drag strip. My current list of awaiting parts looks like this: Eibach Pro-kit lowering springs, J&M Extreme Joint LCA's, adjustable UCA with mount, adjustable pan-hard bar, C/C plates and a Steeda pan-hard brace. The wheels are 20" True Forged Chicanes with Nitto Dr's in the back and 555R's up front. So here's my question in a nutshell: Am I better off just keeping the stock dampers for what I want, or should I look into upgrading them? I started looking at the Eibach Pro-Damper kit which is very well priced around the net. Then I started reading a lot of positive reviews on the FRPP set up which is supposedly the same as the Tokico D-spec set. Then of course, there's the SVTPP take offs.... With all the options, I don't know where to go with this. The Eibachs are very tempting at the price, but I don't know if they're really any different than what I already have on the car (stock) because I can't find any reviews on them for GT500's. I know the D-specs are good stuff, but are they overkill for what I'm looking for? What do you guys think? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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