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dropzone suspension

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by 5thgen4dr, Nov 22, 2003.

  1. 5thgen4dr

    5thgen4dr Senior Member

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    Im trying to find the best suspension for my car without spending too much anyone got any ideas? I can get dropzone coilovers with dropzone gas shocks for about 300$ is this good, what are the advantages/disadvanteges of gas shock compared to regular shocks?
     
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    highperboi Senior Member

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    someone on in hondaswap said that he got those dropzones and he said they suck cuz the spring rate was to high for his car or something.

    i have skunkworks (skunk2 now) coilovers and tokico illuminas and i like them a lot. but it all depends on what kind of ride you like. mines are pretty stiff and are a pain when driving slow on a wavy freeway cuz it keeps going up and down and you could get like motion sickness if your not used to it.
     
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    I hate DropZone. I got some GroundControl sleeve coilovers, put them on my stock shocks about a year ago, slammed it, and haven't had any problems since. no, my shocks aren't blown. yes, my car rides fine. not bumpy or any shit like that. it's a little stiffer than stock, but that's what you expect.

    shit, just get a set of Tom Motorsport sleeve coilovers off ebay for like $60 and get a set of Tokico or KYB shocks.
     
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    dropzone coils is probably the limit, I wouldn't go buying their shocks. I have no idea what company really makes them.
     
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    i had drop zone on a 95 sunfire, it rode fine, but i had kyb shocks, and they wrent adjustable springs either, just s strait 2 inch drop
     
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    dropzone is more ebay crap. if you're gonna go cheap, at least go with R1 Racing coilovers. the ride just fine. i had em, and for the money, was very pleased with their performance.
     
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