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springs or coilovers

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by lsturbo1.9, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. lsturbo1.9

    lsturbo1.9 New Member

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    i dont no whether to go with springs or coilovers. which would be good for the streets and on the tracks?
     
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    tunedhonda-ata im turbo bitch!!!!

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    what ever you get, get quality
     
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    lsturbo1.9 New Member

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    which ones are more reliable for everyday use and track time.
     
  4. tunedhonda-ata

    tunedhonda-ata im turbo bitch!!!!

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    well you can adjust ride height with coil over so i think that they are great.. get some skunk 2 coil over and camber kit...if you get cheap coil overs your car will ride like crap... i have had skanks on my car for 3 years and i like the adjustment option. my friend has springs on his car and like the feel but dosent like the look
     
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    Well...saying you can adjust ride height is technically correct, although once you get the coilovers set to the height you want, you have to leave them there. Its not like you can adjust on the fly. You have to realign your car every time you change the ride height. Oh, and if you're dropping less than 2", don't bother with the camber kit. The added camber will only help your cornering...which I assume is the reason you're getting springs/coilovers in the first place.
     
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