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Old 10-26-2012, 10:52 AM
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Vogtland Versus H&R Springs

I've been researching all over this forum on which springs would be suitable for my W212. So far Vogtland promises a drop of 1.6/1.6 on the front and rear which i like the most because its the lowest, however H&R has more of a "stance look" with their springs. Can anyone give me some feedback on this opinion? Also i read about buying dampers kits and +1 pads for when you lower your cars. I'm not an expert here, can someone give me some advice? I'm planning on riding the stock 18" amg wheels for now until i decided i want to upgrade to some concaves. This is the last mission for my car right now, can anyone guide me in the right direction? Thank you
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If i did drop the ride height to 40MM.. how long would the shocks last?
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