I'm not sure how much the B11 and B12 share as far as suspension goes. If they are similar you could get some Eibach springs, there are some other companies that make springs for the B12s but Eibach is the best.
The part that I don't agree with is that there is now less metal to absorb the weight therefore the ramaining coils will flex more to absorb the same amount of weight.PatScottAKA99XE said:RiceBox,
This is a lil trickey to explain, but I will try.
It works becasue you are keeping the same spring rod diameter, but you are getting rid of some of the springs compliance due to the fact that you are missing coils(or part of a coil). If I can find my source for this info I will share it. BTW this is what happens. If you have a spring with 10 coils and you remove 1 coil, that spring will be 10% stiffer.
***** Hello wrnealis,wrnealis said:I'm racing an 84 sentra on my local circle track. As weird as that seems, the car does make decent power with a few mods.
I'm now searching for any B11 springs kits. I need something with about 2" drop and very stiff. If anyone has developed a custom setup for this car, I would very much like to hear about it. I am tired of bouncing out of the corners!