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About larry.mclaren

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  • From
    Venice FL
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    996.2 carrera manual in carrara white
  • Future cars
    more Porsches please
  • Former cars
    miatas Honda and veedubs
  1. How are those Yellow coil overs? I've never heard of them, but they look to be high quality from the pics?
  2. I am on the fence, considering suspension upgrade options. I mostly drive the car on the street, but it's not a daily driver. I occasionally take it to the track (Sebring, which is rough) and would like a good suspension option that provide adjustable dampening for dual use and ideally height adjustment to be able to bring it down to the right stance. I currently have the Eibach lowering springs on the stock shocks. I really enjoy the progressive rate Eibach springs, they work great for street use, so a coilover option with progressive rate springs is a good option. The Eibach springs are good but, I wish I could lower the front end about another half to three quarter inch; therefore the coilover options would be a good fit. I am considering: Adjustable konis to go with my existing Eibachs, KW variant 3, Bilstein PSS10, H&R Street performance. I'm also planning to upgrade the sway bars and end links at the same time to the Eibach sways front and rear. as well as a full set of POWERFLEX bushings all around. What are your thoughts on my project? and are there any other considerations out there? All my best, Larry 996.2 Carrera 2 manual

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