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Originally Posted by RarlyL8 View Post
Not in all cases. Remove the shocks from a stock 930 and see what happens. I've corrected many 930 "saggy ass" issues with new shocks.
I honestly didn't really think the shocks would have very much of an impact on the ride height.

After I noticed the sagging, I removed the coilover and took it to several local shops to be inspected. One of the shops informed me they could rebuild the shock, so if it's a shock issue, I'll most likely go with that option.
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1987 930 Slantnose Cabriolet, 545 hp, Guards Red- Weekend cruiser
1986 944 Turbo (951), 350+hp, Guards Red- Track car
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