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    Hi Guys,
    I’m running Koni with I think 40mm spax lowering springs. Iv recently got the car out from being in storage for about 20 years. Now I don’t know if I just didn’t care when I was younger or it maybe it’s just my age, but the ride is horrendous, you literally feel every pebble. I don’t remember it being that bad, but I may have been. So as the title says whats the go to suspension these days. I won’t be tracking and I still want it lowered. Any feed back and links are welcome.

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    from personal experience i think its option one "just didnt care when i was younger"

    as for your question, a tried and tested route for allot of gte owners (and i mean allot !) is mk3 astra gsi eibach pro. they are slightly higher spring rate due to them being designed for heavier car, which means it stiffens things up for us, but doesnt lower it dramatically.

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    • #3
      I have the eibach pro springs and bilstien shock absorber fitted to both the Gte's and they both feel great.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by DarrenH View Post
        from personal experience i think its option one "just didnt care when i was younger"

        as for your question, a tried and tested route for allot of gte owners (and i mean allot !) is mk3 astra gsi eibach pro. they are slightly higher spring rate due to them being designed for heavier car, which means it stiffens things up for us, but doesnt lower it dramatically.
        Cheers Darren, I do like the way mine sits, so don’t really want to go higher

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        • #5
          Originally posted by G.TERI.E View Post
          I have the eibach pro springs and bilstien shock absorber fitted to both the Gte's and they both feel great.
          gsi pro springs Terri in the champ?

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          • #6
            Astra f Gsi 16v 91/98 30mm drop front and rear same as this Eibach pro kit on ebay

            https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/392739258710

            Or if you want to go lower on the front 45 /50mm and 30mm on the rear then this Eibach sportline kit in the link,

            https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/353022242579

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            • #7
              Cheers Terri. Guess I need to try and find some pictures to see how they sit. This for this for the fronts https://www.lmfvauxhall.co.uk/Bilste...21-030260.html and rears? https://www.lmfvauxhall.co.uk/Bilste...19-019956.html

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