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Originally Posted by torresmd View Post
Great job! I 'm sure it will make a huge difference.
Thanks Doc!!

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Originally Posted by gumba View Post
This is a good reference for doing a home alignment. Alignment of Porsche 911
Thanks for that link, will check that out.

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Originally Posted by E-man930 View Post
really sweet bro - I'm proud of ya!
Thanks bro!!

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Great Werk!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cheers.

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Originally Posted by pdqcarrera View Post
Excellent write up!
May we know what valving you used on the front Bilsteins?
Rears are stock sport valving?
Is your engine stock? I'm planning on the same conversion, except I'm thinking more spring will be req'd in my rear ... adding 150# springs to my 31mm torsion bars. With ~400Hp I'm getting major squat.
I am around 400hp as well, my engine is internally stock with the typical bolt-ons. I do not the exact the valving on the Bilsteins, I sent the struts to Clint and he took care of that with Bilstein, as he has a close working relationship with Bilstein.

My rears are new Bilstein "Sports" as you mentioned, I did not re-use the Bilsteins greens that came on the car.

If need be I can always swap out the coils inexpensively and go to a stiffer spring, the beauty of coilovers!

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Extremely well done and very writing. This thread will serve an excellent resource for another in a long time.
Thank-you!!!

Cheers - Yasin
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