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The cars suspension works as a whole unit, changing one item often has a net change on other items. An objective reply can not be had without considering rear shock, front springs and shocks, wheel/tire package as well as overall weight. Also, what is the intended use? Dedicated track car generally can tolerate much stiffer suspension settings than a daily driver.

With all of that said, I do not have those springs and would not consider them without match front springs in the 400 range and shocks/struts to control the springs. If you have the total package, should be great (generally speaking) if not a little stiff for the street.

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Up front I will be running shortened Tii struts with ground control coilover kit with 8" 375# springs, Bilstein sport inserts, adjustable camber plate and offset roll spacer. I'm running a 6.5" wheel with 32mm offset and 195/50/15 tires.

I want to get feed back as to how a 350# rear race spring (not coilover) would complement to front suspension.

This will primarily be a street car and not a daily driver. The streets where I live are smooth. I just hope I am not running too stiff of springs.

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What you have described is pretty much our Autocross setup, except I have a little more front bar. The car does not lean to any noticeable degree, but does ride pretty low. Might be a bit much on the street if only because of low ride height, but of course a taller tire/wheel combination could help out here.

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i have the 300# springs on the rear and 450# on the front but i have a s14 motor about 80#s heavier than a M10 the car sits about 2" lower and rides very hard . and my front struts are shortend 2" also .it bottoms out on some speed bumps and my front spoiler has hit a few things but the car handles great

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