So for days now I've been searching forums looking at the best way to replace my stock suspension with something just as good or maybe a little bit better. I don't have very much money and I have a car inspection coming up in a couple months and I'm afraid my current suspension wont pass. It seems like the Raceland Coilovers are a good suit. They cost about as much as replacing the stock struts (without replacing springs) and all the recent reviews seem to be positive. All of the negative posts I've seen are from 2010-2011 and all of the 2012-2013 posts seem positive. I know all about you get what you pay for but I wont be racing or doing auto cross and I wont be adjusting it 20 different ways so I wouldn't get the benefits of high end Coilovers. My car is my daily driver and I'm really just looking for something that can last a couple years until I can afford to upgrade. The idea of lowering my car is appealing but I don't want to go so low that I have trouble going over speed bumps or have to make modifications to my car. So how much lower vs stock is safe? And if I chose Raceland Coilovers should I pay the $30 dollars extra to get the Ultimo with the extra spring rate? I do like the twisties. I don't care to hear comments such as "you get what you pay" for and "just save up" from people who have not tried these Coilovers. They fit my budget and as mentioned previously I have a tight time frame so it's the Raceland Coilovers or oe struts w/o springs it seems. Also wondering if I will only need alignment or if there is anything else I'll need after install. Thank you for your input.
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