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Old 07-29-2008, 06:20 PM
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looking for a good set of coilovers!

jus basically for daily driving. any suggestions??
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If you are looking for coilovers on your daily driver, many people will think that is overkill. However, if you have plans to do any track events in the future or just looking for the coilovers to have a more agressive stance and driving performance I completely understand your wish to want to go with coilovers. In the end, that is completely your call.

If you want to go coilovers, you have a ton of options. I would be more than happier to try and answer any questions you may have.

PM me if you are interested.

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How are the roads by your house? I would recommend getting something that has adjustable dampening that way you can change to soft for the roads or hard for the track. I have Tein Super Drift suspension and I live in the cleveland area and the roads here are ****. Basically i spend my trips to work and back home dodging pot holes and any debris in the road. I would not recommend this suspension set up for only daily driving. The coil-overs are amazing but not good on bumpy roads. I had a stiff neck the first week of driving with these on my car. haha.
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I've heard good reviews on Stance, Endura Tech and Silk Road. Never tried them myself, but people like them.

As for Endura Tech, they are a sponsor here, they might give you a good discount on a set.

I personally had Apexi EVT or whatever they called the first generation coil overs they came out with here in the US. I loved them, dunno bout how the newer ones will hold up though.
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I didnt want to post until I got past 50 posts but I have a set of megan coilovers that i had on my 95 went back to springs for right now.

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