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I agree. I’m not looking for a road racer, but just a better handling car with a firmer ride and less roll. For example, at highway speed, my Blazer RS feels very unstable when I have to make any quick adjustments to avoid something on the road or having to avoid some other car that may cut me off.
 

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Eibach emailed back that they need vehicles for testing. They should be close by, I believe they are in California.
 

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I've got 21" rims with the stock Continental Crosscontact tires on 2920 RS. Ride is harsh on bumpy roads but tires stick like glue. Even on curvy roads at highway+ speeds. Did well in snow too. Taller sidewall tires may give a rolling sensation, like with 18" rims.
 

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Eibach emailed back that they need vehicles for testing. They should be close by, I believe they are in California.
The tech guy I spoke to today from Eibach said that they are not working on a kit soon. He said the engineers are busy working on other projects right until there is more demand for Blazer kits....
 

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Its all about the looks. Just a smidgen lower and it'll look good. Don't want to slam it, just close the wheel gap a bit.
I also sent an email to Eibach and called. We would need a community like this one to make contact with Eibach and let them know 100+ people would be interested.
Its not rocket science for them to drop a coil off for a 1.5in drop and increase the spring rate on a set of new springs. They just need a lot of interested parties to know if they make a run of 500 sets that they will sell......
 
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