Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: Granolaville, Washington
On the RS kit or on the standard shock...? Not sure what you are trying to achieve...
Buy the standard RSR kit, lower the front (torsion bars - some trial and error there), install the RSR kit as per Ron’s instructions and you're done! The prescribed standard setting for the RSR setup is pretty low, but you can run the car higher. Just make sure that at full rest, the red tender-springs are fully bound.
Use all; new poly bushes at the top of the shocks / coil-overs, do the 105 GTV castor-rod uni-ball conversion while you are at it, do the DeDion front bushing (rose-joint - or poly for a street car), redo the alignment and you're done!
Only other advice that I would have; do as much of the suspension at the same time as possible (so the front and rear anti-roll bars, the watts-links and heim-joints etc.)
Full-Race 6-Speed Getrag 3.7 Litre 24v Milano; 1993 155 TS 2.0; 1999 24 Valve 3.0 916 GTV; 1995 164Q; 1987 Milano Verde; 1966 GTV Stepnose