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If I drop it with Eibach's, I know it would be best if I change the Dampers too... what else would be a good idea to change, in order to prevent future suspension problems? Anybody know of anyone who sells the perf. dampers?


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Maybe a camber kit would work out on the front, i think koni makes dampers for the accents.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/guns.gif width=33 height=16 border=0>


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You shouldn't need dampers...I have had the eibachs on my accent for almost a year now and I haven't had or noticed any problems. But I guess it couldn't hurt to get new dampers, all I am saying is that you shouldn't need them.


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I was saying you would need dampners cause of what happened with my boys focus, he got ebiach prokits and his stock shock went 3 weeks later.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/oogle.gif width=15 height=15 border=0>


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how do u know your shocks are blown? i mean some dude at a shop told me my schols are blown btu im not dropped or anything and my car is new i just had rims. so how can i make sure?


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Well take it to R&S Strauss... they give you a free estimate, and they are usually better at analyzing the problem than any little shop. Then after you know exactly what's wrong you can decide the best course of action.


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