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    It is just a massive worry when you see kits on ebay that are new and cost £150-£200 :O[/QUOTE]

    i want to see those kits, a complete brand new bc coilover kit for 200 quid?
     
     

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    hiya late reply soz.ive got a vert and on soft setting im more than happy with the ride. i did turn the front two turns the other day and i wasnt happy and turned them back.its always there tho for when i get it on the track and the adjustments of height are fantastic for getting the stance right but not ruining the ride.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3 TIM View Post
    hiya late reply soz.ive got a vert and on soft setting im more than happy with the ride. i did turn the front two turns the other day and i wasnt happy and turned them back.its always there tho for when i get it on the track and the adjustments of height are fantastic for getting the stance right but not ruining the ride.
    thats what i wanted to hear pretty much, so i wont be ruining the car for road use? this is the info i was after in my original post.
     
     

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