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Old 05-19-2007, 02:06 PM
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The New Stance GR Basic

I am buying coilovers very soon. I was going to buy Megan Streets until I came across this at Enjuku Racing. I know they are new so I don't know if anybody can tell me anything about them, but should I go for them over Megans? I know Stance is better, but I want to know if anybody has heard anything about them before I drop 930 bucks on them.
http://stance-usa.com/basic.php
Does Stance have a warranty like Megan does?

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Old 05-19-2007, 09:54 PM
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Bump! I crave info!
My first ever bump... the shame
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Old 05-20-2007, 12:34 AM
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ive heard nothing but good about stance. my friend has kei office and says if he could do it over, he would have got stance gr+ pros. they have the gr+ pros on zilvia in the advertisers specials, but you have to pm him for the price. hope i helped some.
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Old 05-20-2007, 01:35 AM
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yea ive heard nothing but good about Stance. the only difference is that the GR basics come with a rubber bushing instead of a pillowball mount and dont come with helper springs, neither of which are a big deal. IMO go for them.
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I've heard a lot of good things about Megan lately, but I think I'm gonna go with Stance. I still can't find anything about their warranty though. I guess I'm just nervous because nobody really has the GR Basics yet so I dont know what people think of them. Somebody has to be the guinea pig i spose.

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Old 05-20-2007, 12:26 PM
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Oh snap Ry upgrading his 13!!! get some Stance man, they look good and their price is right. You can def get a nice deal on Zilvia.
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Old 05-20-2007, 12:27 PM
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Pfft Eff that crap. Im buying them at Enjuku Racing because they support Club240. Free shipping too.

*EDIT* Well I just bought them. I suppose when they get here I will have to start a Build Thread. Anybody know the average cost of an alignment?

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WEWT! Tell me how it goes im torn between the GR basics and the GR+'s....

wish I could ride in a car with the seperate ones installed to taste test them

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FYI Enjuku Racing has free shipping on the GR bacics right now.
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nice Ry Ry
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Originally Posted by ryguy View Post
Anybody know the average cost of an alignment?

i attempted to get an alignment along time ago. they were gonna charge me $60.
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i have s14 an stance gr+ and i love them...just order them directly at TougeFactory which is the company in Chicago that makes stance.. really good customer service..love the ride for my daily..
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Well I bought them from Enjuku already, and theres actually 2 sets of coilovers sitting in my living room because (1. They sent S14 ones and I have to send those back and (2. STANCE didn't package them with front camber plates, so I have to call them up and get them shipped from Japan. Enjuku called me about this and gave me a heads up before the package got here so +2 for Enjuku customer service.
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Wow what a wonderful **** up hahaha
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I know, and I was gonna install those *****es tomorrow too. I guess I can do the rears tomorrow and the fronts whenever the camber plates get here. Then I do exhaust, alignment, and emissions fixing. Build thread time. I will post my opinions of the GR Basics here when I get them on.
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