Right... Iv put s13/14 front suspension on my Volvo 940 but with the difference in the height of the 2 systems the car is naturally slammed (pic below comparing). So Iv had to wind the coilover spring height/preload right to the absolute maximum and it is still pretty dam slammed. I want it pretty low but not quite as low as it is. Also because of the amount of preload the front is bouncy as hell (shockers have proberbly seen better days aswell like). I was hoping I would be able to get a taller coilover spring but I now don't think this will help as the one that's on is already quite tall and il just end up in the same position. As the shocker will proberbly be at its maximum length But am I right in thinking if I get coilovers with separately adjustable ride height and pre load I will be able to get more height out of the coilover? If this is the case I will actualy have some working adjustability of height and it should also benefit the bumpsteer it has.