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Old 19-Apr-2005, 07:57 PM
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runin s.tech

hey ppl. now this an overdone type of thread, but some stuff just doesnt apply to me till i in the situation of buying my own stuff and then I want to ask my own question.

anyone out there with a 98 coupe si or that honda chasis (ek) with 17s using tein.stech springs?

i just want to see pic or wirte up on if they have or dont have camber kits, dampners, new struts etc.

how the ride is
thaank guys
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Old 19-Apr-2005, 08:41 PM
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you know that ride isin't going to ever be good as stock...
not too many people are going to reply to this because there just going to tell you to search for it
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Old 19-Apr-2005, 09:28 PM
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yeha but you try doing a seach..there is never an forum with answer or a thread with pics noting their susp. setup ..what they dont like or do like
but oh well
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Old 19-Apr-2005, 11:03 PM
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17" with teins? s-tech?! that's killer.

Go with h-techs.
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Old 20-Apr-2005, 08:09 AM
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what do youmean killer?
too low?
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what do you mean killer?
too low?
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Old 21-Apr-2005, 03:54 AM
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well either u get low pros which reduces ur ride quality. Or the tire could scrape fender, especially if u add camber kit.

s-techs r quite low. 1.9" i believe.

go with h&r sports to be safe.
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