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New suspension needed


rods404

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I didnt think they made the 993 in 1994. Anyway, the PSS9's are great if you mostly use the car to race on a track, but for mostly street use Bilstien HDs are a MUCH better choice. Just my $.02 worth.

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I didnt think they made the 993 in 1994. Anyway, the PSS9's are great if you mostly use the car to race on a track, but for mostly street use Bilstien HDs are a MUCH better choice. Just my $.02 worth.

Hi,

The 993 started to be produced in 1993 for Europe. Rods404 may have a European spec model...

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There is an m033 lowering kit Porsche offers, 000-044-500-00 and it has springs and shocks all corners, no sway bars and lowers the car about 30mm. It has Monroe shocks in the kit. It's either that or m030 ROW parts which are stiffer than stock but doesn't lower the car much from what I've heard from others. My current setup in my 1996 C4S is factory shocks with Eibach lowering springs and the car rides far too harsh for me. I do not track the car at all. I have heard mixed reviews on the Monroe shocks. My objective is to get a slightly lowered stance with a "compliant" ride. I am very open to suggestions also.

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