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    AutoX coilovers

    What coilovers are the AutoX people around here using and having good luck with? Just curious.

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    What's your budget?

    Ohlins Flags would be VERY nice. You can get by with the DFW's.

    If you are running race rubber, you're going to be somewhere around 12k front, 14k rear on spring rates. That may go up a bit depending on surface, etc.

    Also, there is NOTHING daily driver friendly about that setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx wagone View Post
    What's your budget?

    Ohlins Flags would be VERY nice. You can get by with the DFW's.

    If you are running race rubber, you're going to be somewhere around 12k front, 14k rear on spring rates. That may go up a bit depending on surface, etc.

    Also, there is NOTHING daily driver friendly about that setup.
    About 1200 or so. For street modified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iLOVEcone
    About 1200 or so. For street modified.
    Not enough for quality C/Os

    Call up TiC, explain to them your budget and goals, then buy everything they tell you to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Not enough for quality C/Os

    Call up TiC, explain to them your budget and goals, then buy everything they tell you to.
    I was going to suggest a set of AST's.
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