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964 springs

I have a late model 964 and Iím trying to figure out is 993 lowering springs will work on it. I know the suspension is different between them...but at the springs?

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Hi I have an early 964 c4 and have had the car for 30 years and went thru some set up but finally I found the best setup for all around 1st time I used the H&R Springs with Stock shocks and after few yaes my rear shock went bad and i changed them to HD bilstein but It was so stiff until my H&R sagged so much that stiffness was unbearable, so I switched to my OEM Springs that I kept and then the car became better but the gap was high especially on the front end and , recently found a best Mechanic in town that suggested me if I could find M030 that is the way to go and he was right on the money the M030 to me is the best ride of all that I tried , I hope that helps
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Hi I have an early 964 c4 and have had the car for 30 years and went thru some set up but finally I found the best setup for all around 1st time I used the H&R Springs with Stock shocks and after few yaes my rear shock went bad and i changed them to HD bilstein but It was so stiff until my H&R sagged so much that stiffness was unbearable, so I switched to my OEM Springs that I kept and then the car became better but the gap was high especially on the front end and , recently found a best Mechanic in town that suggested me if I could find M030 that is the way to go and he was right on the money the M030 to me is the best ride of all that I tried , I hope that helps
Thanks for your ideas, I'm looking to lower my 993 and I've heard the MO33 springs seem to be the most poplar. I'm looking for the softest ride while I lower the car, do you think the MO30 springs are softer riding then the MO30?
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Look into Eibach PRO-KIT | Performance Springs
Performance Springs
Top-Performance Handling
Lower center of Gravity - Lowers Vehicle up to 1.5"
Progressive Spring Design
Precision tuned spring rates
Excellent ride quality
I very happy with these, not to stiff. I have them on my 964 turbo.

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