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Old 03-04-2007, 05:31 AM
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Yeah, Koni Yellow and Bilstein SP are the two standalone dampers on the market that are designed for use with lowering springs.

The front is a MacPherson strut design, so it does not generate additional negative camber as it compresses. This sucks for handling, as you ride more and more on the outside of the tire as the body of the car rolls in a corner. The rears are multi-link, so they do generate camber as they compress, keeping the tire flat on the pavement even if there's any body roll.
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