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Canuck Motorsports Springs vs Eibach Pro-Kit Springs Edited 8/25/11

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So as some of you know I swapped out my Eibach Pro-Kit for Canuck Motorsports springs. The ride is a little stiffer and they do sit lower which is what I was trying to achieve.

Canuck Springs.

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Canuck Front vs Eibach Front.

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Canuck Rear vs Eibach Rear.

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Front and Rears installed

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GXP on Eibach Pro-Kit

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GXP on Canuck Motorsports Springs.

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Looks MUCH better! :lol:

lol @ the mishap.

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So the Eibachs are going back on, after a 50 mile trip I find the Canucks way too harsh.

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Arent the Canucks the ones that make the back look lower that the front anyways? Kinda looks that way in the pics.

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Canucks are just overall lower than the Eibachs but yeah I can see how they would be ride comfort would be compromised with these.

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So the issues are explained by the fact that they're cobalt springs and not G6 springs.

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sell on CobaltSS. jus a thought.

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sell on CobaltSS. jus a thought.

Already listed em lol.

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Digital Camera at night

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I can't remember if I asked this or not (obviously not since it's not here) but did the seller, I remember it was a private sale, state what car it was for?

Also did you sell the CMS Cobalt springs yet? If so ignore first comment :)

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I have a sale pending for them, but he had offered to buy them back. He told me he bought them new from a member on g6performance a couple years ago and never installed them. They were listed for G6/Malibu/Aura.

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