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This is a discussion on Coilover suggestions within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I'm in the market for some coilovers. Anyone know which are the good ones? or atleast a good strut/spring assembly?...

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    Coilover suggestions

    I'm in the market for some coilovers. Anyone know which are the good ones? or atleast a good strut/spring assembly?

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    TiC SST coilovers are what I'm eventually going with when I'm ready to ditch my AGX/Eibach strut spring combo..




    It really depends on what car you have.

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    Is Tein good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrManny View Post
    Is Tein good?


    Depends on what model and what you're using the car for. If they're the Teins that cost over $2200 and the car is used for track purposes, then yes.. but they will be horrible for daily driving. The cheaper Teins are crap.

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    On a DD vehicle, coilovers are a waste.

    Struts:
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    Dependent on how much of a drop you want
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    im planning on getting bc br coilovers
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    Quote Originally Posted by 11blackwrx
    im planning on getting bc br coilovers
    Cheap coilovers and droop - NASIOC
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    Coilover suggestions

    It depends on your goals and what you plan to do with the car. If its your DD and you're on a budget then I would say spring/strut. For the same money in coilovers its really not doing the car any justice unless you're just looking for wheel fitment and a drop.

    If you search for reviews on each brand/item you will find a great deal of info and opinion attached to each.

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