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13th August 2019 22:49
New2theDs4 Has anyone fitted a set of coilover suspension as these would be adjustable to suit the ride hide desired,I would love to know and if so any pics?
11th August 2019 22:55
Chris One SPAM reply removed and the user BANNED' Thanks for the alert
22nd September 2018 12:23
TFlip90 I like being higher up and to be fair; more commanding position, better visibility and a lot safer in a crash as any normal car will hit you lower down, also means less damage to your car in minor bumps. With the current suspension set up there isn't really any body roll in corners, you can fly round them and it sticks so will be keeping it as it is for sure!
9th July 2018 23:28
Chris Whatever you do, its prudent to replace the Shock absorbers too. They are prone to failure if used with a non standard coil ...on all cars BTW
9th July 2018 13:57
vexorg
Pity they didn't have the old hydraulic suspension settings that citroen were known for.
9th July 2018 13:11
Dsportds4 Is this car still up and running ? I am interested in lowering mine and have found
40mm drop on front and 50 MM. on the back would this work or is it to much ? Is it just springs that you have put on . What's it like to drive ?
31st August 2014 22:14
rockwell Come on Tommyd. Now you've been driving it for a while, is the ride hard and of putting ?
7th March 2014 18:02
Rev G
Think Im missing something
6th March 2014 13:43
kelric45 Any updates on the fuel consumption?
30th September 2013 21:53
SBK61 Yeah that's right , each to their own .I prefer my car left as it is .
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