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Krzys last won the day on June 27 2018

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  • Birthday 04/15/1987

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  1. Taking preload out will actually lower the car, so you'll need to compensate by raising it. I'm pretty sure they go to almost stock ride height. Damping you set to whatever you like, that's the bouncy part of the ride. I learned all this while fettling with it on the VTi-S I had, took me a month to dial it in and work out how I liked it.
  2. Are they the gloves you wear for bank robberies? Think this warrants a selfie!
  3. Haven't had nor got the time currently to deal with COTM so @Dave or @dr_broon may have to pick this up.
  4. As Al said, wind off the spring preload to zero, usually set at something like 5 or 10mm and you'll also need to adjust the height to compensate. Not forgetting the damping adjustments you can make too. Shame to swap suspension for once or twice a year because you're getting too old for it @Dave
  5. They're all the same, can't remember the thread size, just chucked it on two and a half years ago.
  6. Krzys

    MB4 to B16 swap

    You'll need all the B series engine loom, gearbox, driveshafts, mounts and ECU as they are different from the D16 your car has. It can be done in a day/weekend though.
  7. They might fit but probably have the wrong spring rate for the MB.
  8. I kid you not, the seatbelts are either shorter than most or my friend is growing because they struggled to buckle up!
  9. Also been really busy with work and the social life too! Not that I ever venture on forums at weekends anyway
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