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what is this kit number 00004450022?


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Ride height and stiffness (RoW is lower and stiffer).

the place (MS Road and Race) selling it claims it is a euro m030 kit..I havwe bought from them before, i know they are reputable, but any chance they are right?> i looked it up in Pet and it does not say USA or ROW...just boxster with tip

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My mistake it is RoW - you are right PET does not ID the kit as RoW but if you look at the individual part numbers they are RoW.

It is for a Tip though.

so it will have a higher spring rate in the rear then? it should be good in a non tip car i would think

the rears are the only different part from the normal row kit

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My mistake it is RoW - you are right PET does not ID the kit as RoW but if you look at the individual part numbers they are RoW.

It is for a Tip though.

so it will have a higher spring rate in the rear then? it should be good in a non tip car i would think

the rears are the only different part from the normal row kit

Good question, anyone know the answer to this?

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Porsche puts their suspension kits together with performance and safety in mind. Stiffer rear springs would make me leery of oversteer issues.

Porsche suspension kits are "tuned" to the weight and weight distribution of the car with the options specified.

You can always do what you want, but I trust Porsche - if they could safety use the same springs for both they would.

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