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Old 11-14-2005, 06:01   #1 (permalink)
John Robertosn
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My 740 turbo seems a bit soft in the rear end ,can this be fixed by putting wagon springs on instead just did the front shocks and tyres all round gone gas on the shocks need a bit more highth in the rear or a least a bit stiffer 1990 update turbo sedan .Thanks

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Old 11-14-2005, 13:01   #2 (permalink)
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John Robertosn wrote:
> My 740 turbo seems a bit soft in the rear end ,can this be fixed by
> putting wagon springs on instead just did the front shocks and tyres all
> round gone gas on the shocks need a bit more highth in the rear or a
> least a bit stiffer 1990 update turbo sedan .Thanks
>



How are the bushings back there?

IIRC the wagons never had rear swaybars, so you could add one of those too.
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Old 11-14-2005, 13:01   #3 (permalink)
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John Robertosn wrote:
> My 740 turbo seems a bit soft in the rear end ,can this be fixed by
> putting wagon springs on instead just did the front shocks and tyres all
> round gone gas on the shocks need a bit more highth in the rear or a
> least a bit stiffer 1990 update turbo sedan .Thanks
>



Er, sorry misread that, you have a sedan so it already has a swaybar,
but still check the bushings.
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