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Biggdawg

993 PSS9 shocks vs H & R vs HD bilstien with Eibach

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I would like to get opinions on which suspension system is best for the casual canyon driver. I enjoy taking my Carrera through winding roads but am not the type of person that pushes the envelope often. I am looking to lower my stock ride height as well.

Regards, Bill

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I would like to get opinions on which suspension system is best for the casual canyon driver. I enjoy taking my Carrera through winding roads but am not the type of person that pushes the envelope often. I am looking to lower my stock ride height as well.

Regards, Bill

The PSS9 will be the best choice. However, the ride quality might suffer on the freeway. It's a little bumpy. The H&R setup is not bad. Are you getting the coil overs from H&R? The most comfortable choice would be the Eibach set up with the Bilstein shocks. However, you cannot customize that many settings unlike the PSS9's.

Rob

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Bill, if you're just looking to tighten up the suspension a little as well as be a little lower, just go the HD route. The PSS9's are junk IMO. I have them on my car and am not impressed. The quality is not there anymore, the adjustments are a pain and hard to feel. For the same $$, you could go with JIC Cross brand and get a better product (for what I know), upper camber plates and be way ahead of the game. For half the $$ go with the HD's and H&R. You won't get as low as with the more adjustable suspension kis (9's or JIC), but it sounds like you just want to go for a nice safe ride on the w/e's, not tear up the track.

Save your money for other mods, and a good alignment .......HD's

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