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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-23-2017, 01:26 AM Thread Starter
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Importent question

Eibach Lowering Springs for Alfa 75 (162B) 1 3/16in E1004-120

Will fit 1984 Gtv6?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-23-2017, 10:43 AM
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yes, but will raise the rear of your car, i.e. will not lower as much as will lower a 75. might not lower your car at all.
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yes, but will raise the rear of your car, i.e. will not lower as much as will lower a 75. might not lower your car at all.
What i want to get is better handling now to lower the car.
What do u think, it will do the job?

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for a street car, they should do fine. they are variable rate (i think)- so they are soft at small displacement but the rate gets stiffer as spring compresses.
not a fan for serious track work because the rear spring rate keeps changing, but they are fine for occasional track use too.
in general terms the 75 & gtv6 use same spring rate. however, because of the dimensions of the chassis (in this case the distance between the lower and upper spring seats), the GTV6 uses a shorter spring than the 75.
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