I doubt it, the arch gap on a 25 is hoooge, just as bad as a 200.empsburna said:IIRC the 25 suspension was based around the vi's.
I'd consider a 160 setup if the ride isnt too harsh for you.
The 25 suspension was actually based around the Vi suspension.ashy said:I doubt it, the arch gap on a 25 is hoooge, just as bad as a 200.
Waste of time fitting the VI springs. There's isn't much improvement with them, still loads of body roll and not that much of a drop.
ZR springs and dampers are way better.
There is no way that the springs on a 25 are 20mm lower than a 200. We have plenty of 200's ZR's and 25's where I work and I've done the comparison myself.cjmillsnun said:The 25 suspension was actually based around the Vi suspension.
No, I'm pretty sure the VI is 20mm lower than a standard 200. I'm not too sure, but I also believe that the ZR is 25mm lower than a 200.mark cleland said:nope theres a 10mm difference on the vi against others in the range not 20mm
go for zr 160 which lowers again
Quoted from Rave:Mickey said:VI, 10mm lower than a standard 200, and ZR 10mm lower again.