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A lot of guys I know running springs usually regret buying springs and wish they had spent the extra few hundred bucks for a coilover system. But then again some people are pleased with just aftermarket springs.

I hope your having a good experience with these Mazda2 aftermarket springs. Would you mind giving us a small review on them?
 

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Mazdaspeed,

have owned and installed Maxspeed Springs and Eibach springs for the 2.

Maxspeed
pros - gives a nice even drop. fender gaps are equal on all 4
- minimal body roll on tight high speed corners
cons - very very choppy ride

Eibach
pros - much more comfortable
- more predictable on the corners
cons - wheel gap is slightly bigger than the rear
- slightly choppy ride



Uzoomzoom2,

they are Modia KS05 wheels
 

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Mazdaspeed,

have owned and installed Maxspeed Springs and Eibach springs for the 2.

Maxspeed
pros - gives a nice even drop. fender gaps are equal on all 4
- minimal body roll on tight high speed corners
cons - very very choppy ride

Eibach
pros - much more comfortable
- more predictable on the corners
cons - wheel gap is slightly bigger than the rear
- slightly choppy ride



Uzoomzoom2,

they are Modia KS05 wheels
This is exactly what I wanted to hear, I'll keep this thread bookmarked. When I get my M2 these will come in handy for getting the same or similar stance as you.

Post more pic's if you can :)

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