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kineticq

GT3 MK1 Spring rates

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I am looking for a new set of springs for my MK1 996 GT3.

Can anyone confirm the stock spring rates on a MK1 GT3?

The original springs are H&R but they don't seem to be contactable in the UK and the dealers will only supply full coilover set!

Do Eibach do an alternative Spring? Anybody know the part reference numbers?

Thanks, Steve

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A quote from Rennlist ( 911SLOW / John ):

FRONT:

996.1 GT3

PART NUMBER: 996 343 531 91

SPRING RATE: 35N/mm

996.2 GT3

PART NUMBER: 996 343 531 95

SPRING RATE: 40N/mm

996.2 GT3 RS

PART NUMBER: 996 343 531 97

SPRING RATE: 45N/mM

997.1 GT3

PART NUMBER: 996 343 531 95

SPRING RATE: 40N/mm

997.2 GT3

PART NUMBER: 997 343 531 94

SPRING RATE: 49N/mm

REAR:

996.1 GT3

PART NUMBER: 996 333 531 91

SPRING RATE: 65N/mm

996.2 GT3

PART NUMBER: 996 333 531 95

SPRING RATE: 95N/mm

996.2 GT3 RS

PART NUMBER: 996 333 531 95

SPRING RATE: 95N/mm

997.1 GT3

PART NUMBER: 997 333 531 93

SPRING RATE: 105N/mm

997.2 GT3

PART NUMBER: 997 333 531 95

SPRING RATE: 115N/mm

997CUP

Fmain length mm - N/mm: 100-260 997.343.531.90

Ftender length mm - N/mm : 75–43 996.343.537.90

Rmain length mm - N/mm: 130-260 996.333.531.90

Rtender length mm - N/mm: 60-50 996.333.537.90

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