Are you saying that you like Bilstein Dampers combined with Eibach Springs on the Estates?Kermit said:Talking about me behind my back huh!
I've been in several modified 9-5's and my personal preference is for the Eibach Pro kit on saloons (sedans) and Bilstein's on the estate (wagon). The US mob tend to go for Billy's for both because the Eibach kit is no longer available Stateside.
Thats an affirmative.SteveY said:Are you saying that you like Bilstein Dampers combined with Eibach Springs on the Estates?
What is it in your opinion that seems to make the Bilstein/Eibach better than Eibach/Eibach for the Estates. Is it ride quality? Improved handling?Kermit said:Thats an affirmative.
As Chris mentions though, always better if you fasten the seat belt. Last time i was in the back of Chris' beasty i smacked my head on the opposite passenger door as he cornered. ;oops:
That would be great but the coilovers won't fit 2002+ 9-5's or I would already have them instead of my H&R "lowering" springs that still make the car sit sky high in the front.Trollspeed said:Get the coilovers from H&R that's the best set for the Estate you can adjust the height of your Saab, front lower rear higher you name it all can be done and makes a different car balance just wat you prefer. I have them on my 9-5 Estate and I just love it. even better than the Hirsch if you ask me.....
Haven't been in a full Eibach setup in a wagon, the Billy's really impressed me with the ride comfort and improved handling, especially turn in on tight corners. Found Koni's to be too harsh and rattled my teeth in my skull.SteveY said:What is it in your opinion that seems to make the Bilstein/Eibach better than Eibach/Eibach for the Estates. Is it ride quality? Improved handling?