Reviewed By Joseph F (Bakersfield, CA) Reviewed for a 1971 Buick Skylark —12/28/2013 9:12 PM
This set of sway bars made my 1971 Buick GS 350 land arc, handle like a modern sports car. It was easy To install once on a lift.
Reviewed By William B (La Crosse, WI) Reviewed for a 1971 Buick Skylark —3/21/2012 7:13 AM
I was looking for an easy and quick way to firm up the tired rear springs on my Stage 1 Buick convertible. The AirLlift 1000 kit fit the bill perfectly. Pretty easy to install, once I figured out the trick to getting them inside the springs. I installed them with separate air lines so i can preload the right side for trips to the dragstrip. I normally run them at 5-7 pounds of pressure, which gives me exactly the lift and firmness I wanted. I had the occasion for me and three of my friends (all big guys, at least 1000 pounds combined) in the car for a 100 mile road trip last week, so pumped up the pressure to about 12 pounds and the car rode great. About the only thing I don't like about them is that with anything more than 8-10 pounds in the air bags, and with just me in the car, is very 'bouncy'.
Reviewed By Jacob P (CHILLIWACK, BC) Reviewed for a 1998 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class —11/29/2015 12:09 PM
The previous owner of my 1998 SLK230 had been messing around with the suspension and had some weird (home-made?) springs installed. The rear ride height actually increased after installing the Eibachs. The front lowered about an inch. Ride quality and handling have improved immensely. But I don't know what it felt like in stock form. My main concern with buying lowering springs was tires rubbing and clearance on speed bumps. I needn't have worried. 1000km so far and nothing has touched.