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Generic coil over on Koin yellow

Old 28-May-2006, 01:14 AM
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Generic coil over on Koin yellow

Hi guys just got quick question
a combonation of Generic coil over on Koin yellow can easily create ruogh ride right?

I assume replace those generic coil over with Eibach and Tein spring will be much better choice right?

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Old 28-May-2006, 04:21 PM
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if you got rid of your generic coilovers and got a nice spring it should inprove your ride alot. neuspeed race/sport would be a good choice.
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Old 28-May-2006, 06:59 PM
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ya toss those generic coils out and get a nice srping such as Tein springs...you will notice a great improvemnt in ride quality
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Old 28-May-2006, 07:44 PM
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agreed. good quality progressive rate springs will make the ride only slightly rougher than stock. I couldn't bear a ride that is harsh and bumpy.
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Old 29-May-2006, 12:06 AM
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Thank you for the information.
In top of it, what kind of spring should I use?
I have 3 brands in mind noW:
1) NEuSPEED
2)Tein
3Eibach

I have a 16 inch with 205/40, with side skrit and front lips, so I don't want lower my car too much
What the best one to pick from. and can anyone provide me with approX. price of each of them

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Old 29-May-2006, 11:37 AM
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H & R.... german engineering? ride quality?

they kind of go hand in hand
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Old 29-May-2006, 12:34 PM
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H&R Sport lowered 1.75/1.5 and the ride is very nice. Its a great compromise between lowered a good amount, great ride quality and quality product.

also with 1.75" you don't need to both with a camber kit, just get an alignment with toe at 0 and camber adjusted as much as possible to -1 and your set.

Eibach sportlines lower 1.8/1.8 and both Eibach and Tein are quite soft...you have Koni Yellows...take advantage of them with a spring not rock hard, but not soft like Tein S-techs....
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