Hi Greg what can you recommend to give my VZ exec sedan a sportier suspension package whilst maintaining stock vehicle height?
I'm thinking a set of kyb's with kings, what package deal could you do on a set of those? I wouldn't need the shortend kyb shock absorbers, just the standard length. But i'd like both the shocks and springs to offer better performance (firmer ride and cornering abilities) or it's just a waste of money buying both together.
In saying that, would it be beneficial to get a set of shocks leaving the stock springs, or a set of springs leaving the stock shock absorbers?
Edit: Just found out this info, could you give me a price on the below items.
HOLDEN COMMODORE VZ, SV6, SV8 & SS all with FE2 Sports Susp. Sedan
Excel-G Twin Tube Gas Shock
Front Left 339093, Right 339092
Rear Left 344312, Right 344312
COMMODORE VZ V6, SEDAN, FE2 HEIGHT
Also do you know what height the car will sit with the "FE2" marked kings/kyb?
Last edited by Cod; 18-11-2009 at 03:15 PM.
To be honest unless you want to change the ride height, I would personally just stick with the stock springs, and go some KYB shocks. If you want to tighten the car up a bit, I'd do other things like front radius rod bushes ($179), and front sway bar ($265) before I didn't standard height springs.
Anyways, KYB's as per above part numbers (which are correct!) are $139 each for the front, and $70 each for the rear, and both in stock. Low Kings will be slightly higher than the FE2 you have now, so as I said, I'd just keep the stock springs and do other items...