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Bilstein PSS9 recommendations

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Hello fellow Porsche enthusiasts,

My 2006 C2 is equipped with the Bilstein SP shocks, combined with Eibach Pro-Kit springs. I'm not too happy about it, because the nose is WAY too low, and the ride is a little too stiff for normal daily use. After some doubting of reinstalling the OEM suspension, I've noticed nothing but good stories about the Bilstein PSS9's. Supposably they last a lifetime, and they still (if adjusted as so) can be very comfortable.

Is this true? My main objective is, to have that nicely lowered look (not too extreme) but still be able to normally drive around on a less than perfect road, without having to re-allign my kidneys afterworths...

One other thing is, that after the lowering, it looks like the wheels (especially the front) are way to much inboard the fenders. First i thought it was a wrong allignment, but that seems not the case. Is this a known visual illusion, and do you guys recommend to install the optional 5mm wheel spacer option?



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