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Last Review Posted by Henry Yorke - posted: Sun June 24, 2007 1:29pm [ Post a Review
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After trying various springs on various cars, there is nothing else that comes close to Eibach for the balance of comfort and performance. They feel soft at first but they are progressively wound so tension up. Also being hot wound (i.e. formed when the metal is exceptionally hot as opposed to bent straight rod), they have better spring properties as the density is more consistent throughout the metal. Eibach also make the Peugeot SP range, so they are effectively a factory option, likewise they are an Alfa Romeo optional extra. I have these on my 205 and have at one point had 3 cars running Eibachs (Alfa 155, 205 and 306)

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Different for S1 and S2" by Henry Yorke - posted: Sun June 24, 2007 - Rating: ******** 8.00

Last Review Posted by Henry Yorke - posted: Sun June 24, 2007 4:16am [ Post a Review
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Great product when combined with a top mount brace to stiffen the front of the shell and therefore give more positive turn in. Improvements on the front often need to be balanced with improvements on the rear beam otherwise your front will out handle the rear which can give some interesting sideways moments!

Rating: 9
Product Details: "MA/1724 LOWER STRUT BRACE" by 106rallye.co.uk - posted: Sat June 23, 2007 - Rating: ********* 9.25

Last Review Posted by Henry Yorke - posted: Sun June 24, 2007 4:12am [ Post a Review
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Great mod if your old bushes are knackered. You have to burn and saw out the old bushes on the wish bones and carefully press in the new ones. However OE Peugeot ones are also pretty good and not that expensive (if you can get them for the 106 on their own like you can with 309 ones). Not worth fitting if the ball joint has gone in your wishbone though!!

Rating: 8
Product Details: "PFF12-101 & PFF12-105 Suspension Bushes" by 106rallye.co.uk - posted: Sat June 23, 2007 - Rating: ********* 8.67

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