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Old 01-05-2005, 18:07   #1 (permalink)
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hey all
I am just about to get some new springs for my XE Falcon. I am looking at lovells springs....
just wondering peoples experiences with lovells, and the ride height once installed etc...

so far I have a couple options...

Super Low 45-65mm
Sport Low 25-40mm

Sedan 8cl
FRONT
Super Low FFL-1/6
Sport Low FFL-1

BACK
Super Low FRL-18/6
Sport Low FRL-18


Sedan ESP, S Pack 8cl
FRONT
Super Low FFL-1/6SL
Sport Low FFL-1/6
Standard ESP FFL-1

BACK
Super Low ??
Sport Low FFL-18/6

so has anyone used any of these combos? are the sport low not low enough??
I am thinking of maybe just going the standard S pack height, which is FFL-1, which is also used as normal Sedan Sport low...
Is the S Pack height good enough with 14" wheels?
Car is currently low as, in the front. 245/65/14 wheels.... but might change later on. 265 is the rear..
I dont want a car that scrapes all the time but also I hate high looking cars. I have 2v 4-1 Pacemakers also So i have learned to take huge buymps slow, which is ok. I just dont wanna be unable to get over the bumps!!

Thanks All, hope it made sense again
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