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    hi all. i cant find any information on green colour lowering springs (my car came with them and i dont know what brand they are or any other info). i want to prepare it for drifting and i was wondering if they are any good or should i get a red ones. thx in advance
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    its personal choice i would say,do some sideways on green springs and you will feel if they are to soft or allright etc.cheers
    for example most drifters use 8/6kg setups on nissans but some of them use 6/5 as well.
     
     

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    all right thx ill try that. only rear axle needs hardness doesn't it?
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    all rubber mounts need to be change for powerflex ones, giving more direct feel how car behave.
     
     

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    got it. what about diff subframe? it needs some welding so it wouldnt rip off the car doesnt it
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    its supose to be weak point at e36 , here is picture how to make it stronger:
     
     

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    thx that is good work. does it work like strut bar as well?
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    looks like top part its mounted to chassis working as strutbrace , bottom part welded to subframe mounting points.
     
     

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