looking at buying some steeda spings and sub frame alignment parts

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    #1 AZ_whippleS550, May 20, 2020
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    Ready to buy now but with memorial day being right around the corner is it smarter to wait? Also do steeda or bmr normally have sales on holidays? And last I'm not sure if i want a linear or progressive spring I am supercharged so with the extra weight on the nose I'm not sure if a progressive might drop the ride height too much. not a Road course guy or a drag race just want a good mannered spring for spiretted street driving.
     
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    I've heard great things about Steeda but I just installed a lot of BMR suspension and chassis bracing and I am extremely happy.
    I also went with their minimal drop springs that drop the car less in the front so when there are blowers added on it doesn't sag the front with the added weight.
     
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    I have heard good things about both but not committed to either so I guess it comes down to how they perform.
     
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    #6 Roadway 5.0, May 20, 2020
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    Linear springs for sure. The progressive spring’s helper portion will be reduced (maybe completely...unsure here) from the supercharger’s weight, and the heavy nose begs to have the linear spring’s quick and accurate response.

    Steeda minimum drops come to mind as a good choice for a blown car, or the Linear Sport Springs for more of a drop (if they’re still available).
     
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    265x35x20 front 305x30x20 rear

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    History usually repeats itself :)
     
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