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  1. Slow Five-O

    Slow Five-O Member Established Member

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    My search still isn't working. I'm most interested in the 13-14 cobra jet springs and BMR springs but I'm curious as to how much it drops the car and if anyone has any pictures with them on your car. It's my daily driver and is a 6r80 but will be tracked frequently. Minor mods right now but will have a super charger at some point.

    I live out in the country and while most of the roads are ok the one I must take closest to the house has a couple rough spots in worried about being too low.

    Overall goal will be 6.80's 1/8th while still a daily.

    Any input is appreciated!


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  2. GBCoyote

    GBCoyote Member Established Member

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    Honestly I would look at a set of BMR springs. Nothing wrong with the CJ springs but BMR is used on entirely too many cars running down the track to count them out. Quality is top notch and they put alot of R&D into their products. When it comes to suspension components, they get my dollar.
     
  3. Slow Five-O

    Slow Five-O Member Established Member

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    I can't remember what I read about CJ springs that was making me want them TBH. And I love BMR. Just got all these! [​IMG]


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  4. Raitzi

    Raitzi New Member Established Member

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    I will get Roush spring because they drop only 0.5 inch and are progressive which is great for daily.
     
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    noldevin Active Member Established Member

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    I've seen people recommend against the CJ springs for a daily driver because they are too soft and bouncy. The BMR springs would give you a better street ride I'm sure.
     
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    Yes, this is true. The CJ springs are not great for a car that will see a lot of street time for this reason. The BMR's transfer weight as they should while still delivering excellent street manners.
     
  7. Slow Five-O

    Slow Five-O Member Established Member

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    Ok thanks guys! I'll try to find some pics of cars with the BMR springs so I can get an idea of the stance it'll have. Appreciate the info!


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    Another vote for BMR. Love mine
     
  9. Derek@Lethal

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    Give us a call if you're interested in making a purchase of these Drag springs or anything else! :rockon:

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    Slow Five-O Member Established Member

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    Those are the BMR drag springs? Those look great! How cheap can you get them for me?


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    Yes, those are the BMR drag springs. Give a call and speak with a rep, we'll take care of you!

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