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Old 03-02-2008, 08:36 PM
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Question coilover advice

hey i have a 1990 240sx i am currently making it into a drift/dd and i would like to know what would be the better choice the tien type drift system the megan track system the tirn basic system or any other ones with good street driving but also fully ajustable for track days? i would apreciate it i have heard many different things and would just like some opinions so thank you and please reply.
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please search, so manythreads about this. and for your sake do not buy megans or waste your money on tein.
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i have searched i would liek your opinion it is goin to be a daily driver and a weekend drift car i would liek to spend around 1000-1500 on the coilovers and would liek to know what will hold up to the abuse and what is actually a good deal i am looking for somthing with adjustable dampining and ride quality dosnt matter if it rides like a tin can but handles like a dream im fine with it and i would also liek to know what other supporting parts i should use for camber adjustments and such thank you
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u need rucas for rear camber
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i have searched i would liek your opinion it is goin to be a daily driver and a weekend drift car i would liek to spend around 1000-1500 on the coilovers and would liek to know what will hold up to the abuse and what is actually a good deal i am looking for somthing with adjustable dampining and ride quality dosnt matter if it rides like a tin can but handles like a dream im fine with it and i would also liek to know what other supporting parts i should use for camber adjustments and such thank you
If you want quality and durability, we can help you out. And can meet your price points. Feel free to PM us. www.endura-tech.com

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frick man, will the already answered a million times suspension questions ever stop?
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also look into toe arms to help rear toe
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just get zeal, best bang for the buck.



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