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Old 10-12-2018, 06:54 AM   #15
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I used to road race a Porsche and had Bilsteins rebuilt. (not warranty) They rebuild them to what you want for half the cost of new. Just don't be in a hurry...(two month backlog at the time) and being able to talk to someone once they have them is a pain...but very good work.
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I used to road race a Porsche and had Bilsteins rebuilt. (not warranty) They rebuild them to what you want for half the cost of new. Just don't be in a hurry...(two month backlog at the time) and being able to talk to someone once they have them is a pain...but very good work.
I raced a cup car in the 90's and that's why I am so loyal to Bilstein. I have wondered if someone could set a set up on a dyno?
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With the roads we have now-a-days I think we need more help then even good shocks can give.
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