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Need help identifying 964 suspension

Purchased a 964 last year, previous owner said it had a porsche cup suspension on it. I finally got to removing it and was wondering if anyone could help identify it. I didn't have much like with part numbers. Shocks are bilstein springs are eibach, anyone know what I have?


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They could be 964Cup, though it seems to me that most of the ones I've seen are green w/ black springs, the springs are often swapped out
like these

the mounts also appear to be Cup but I'd need more pics
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Thanks Bill whay specifically for pics do you need, the yellow threw me off as all the ones I've seen have been green as well

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Thanks Bill whay specifically for pics do you need, the yellow threw me off as all the ones I've seen have been green as well

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take some pics of the mounts from the top
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Sorry for the delay, any input is appreciated

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They look like Mode mounts which are a copy of the oe 964RS/RSR mounts.

Additionally i'm thinking that the shocks aren't Cup shocks because they are too long, note the amount of thread above the nut. They are probably Bilstein B6 or possible stock RS given the color aka hd.

Here is what Cup shocks look like w/ Mode mount, the cup shocks are 300mm long while stock RS Bilstein are 320mm and B6 ~340mm
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Don't the Bilsteins and RS rears come with rubber bushings on the bottom like in Bill's picture? These appear to have monoballs like my NLA H&R supercup setup but are not the same.
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IIRC older billies were yellow
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