stants Posted August 12, 2014 Share Posted August 12, 2014 The suspension on the foz is dead, So havinh to make an enforced chamge means I am within a budget. My initial thoughts are seeing as the rear is sat lower than the lowering kits I've been looking at and the front isn't much far off go down the re using top mounts and geting new shocks/springs all round. But seeing as the bc setup for the foz is only a ton more do I splash out and go down that route And get some shiny new top mounts included in the price ? Whats the ride like on pillowball mounts is there a massive increase in nvh? Is it worth it and do they come set up with default camber settings or do I need to factor in an alignmet session into cost ? The car is never going to be tracked so do I save my money and go with the cheaper option ? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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