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I see that the variable spring rate you advertise for the PSS kit is 242-282. Is this the same for both front and rear? If this is the case then how did Bilstein acheived good balance when most other coil over solution vendors have a lower spring rate for the rear? What would be the impact of sway bar selection, I already have JR front and rear sway bar on a 10AE.
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Yes, same front and rear. If lowering the car significantly then we usually upgrade just the front sway bar to a Racing Beat tubular to get the right balance.
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