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2000 996 Euro (ROW) Suspension

Suspension and Steering

Vehicle Information: Year: 2000; Body Type: Coupe; Total Mileage: 20300;

I recently asked Carnewal if they have standard Euro springs, as I like to lower my car to the Euro ride height without the expense of going to the sport suspension. Their answer -see below- does not seem to match what I read in Tech Q&A before (new ROW front springs and removal of shims lowers rideheight 20mm and 10mm respectively).Also, should I decide on the ROW sport suspension, can I leave the existing sway bars to save money? What would be the downside?E-mail from Carnewal:Hi Peter,The European standard springs will lower your car 10mm in the front and zero in the rear.The Euro M030 will lower it 20mm in the front and 10mm in the rear and will make it slightly firmer.The complete Euro M030 kit is 995 Euro shipping included.The price for the Euro M030 shocks, bump stops and the springs is 795 Euro shipping included.Thanks,Gert.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Van: Peter Wieck [mailto:pwieck@houston.rr.com] Verzonden: maandag 27 september 2004 23:21Aan: info@carnewal.comOnderwerp: P96 Euro Suspension I have a USA 2000 Porsche Carrera C2 and like to lower it to the European rideheight. I saw that you have the sport suspension on your website, but I prefer to keep the standard suspension.Do you carry the required springs, etc. (I am not sure what all is needed) to convert to the standard Euro suspension? What is the price?Thank You.Peter WieckHouston, Texas

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