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Old 10-May-2006, 02:38 PM
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tom motorsports coilovers?

anyone have any experience with these coilovers? are they good or garbage... debating to buy them... andif there bad are there any good coilovers i can get for like 200-250 dollars. and where can i get them?
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garbage on stock shocks.. decent on aftermarket adjustable shocks..
they are the saem as the other coilover sleeves
if you want good coilovers go full or i guess get ground controls or skunk2
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yeah, bad choice. My buddy picked up a set and they ride like crap on stock shocks. Eventualy after about 2-3 weeks the shocks blew. Even with the new KYBs they still ride like shyt. Too bouncy and unconfortable. Not worth it.
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Spend the money on good springs instead. H&R, Neuspeed, Tein, etc. Cheap coilovers ride like crap in most cases and corrode very easily during the winter.
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do not cheap out when it comes to your suspension.
they are poo!
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Don t do it !!!!

Someone is selling omni power full coilover for 500 get those you won't be dissapointed the difference is amazing. I originally had sleeve and they are terrible and blew my shocks after a year, not that you will notice when it happens cuz the ride is shyte with or without blown shock. If you only have 250 then get lowering springs 1.75 drop or something.

Remeber if you are going low you ll need camber kit too so plan to spend the money and do it right. Don t learn the hard way like many of us have
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i was gonna get Tom coilovers but i did research and end up buying nuespeed springs, and i am very happy with the ride.

perfect height i want and rides nice.
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if you want a nice lowering i suggest a cheaper set of Progress springs. 2" drop, the rates are a bit stiffer and you can use them with stock shocks...and it still rides like stock

i have skunk2 coilover sleeves now on stock shocks (lowered about 2.3" all around...they're good springs but im getting nothing out of them until i upgrade shocks

spend a good $600-1000 if you want a nice suspension.
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I had Toms for 2 years on my car..... 1.5 years with stock shocks. I think they are ok... nothing special and not that bad.... They are stiff coils so make sure that's what you want. I got them for 100 bucks so I thought it was a good deal for the money. I just got new coilovers so if you want my old ones let me know. Fit 88-00 civic (4 inch drop)
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the are not bad but make sure u get the stifer one.s the are a littal bit on the soft side.... but nomaly u caN getthen stiffer for the same car.... i don't think the make them any more but maxspeed coilovers where good for that price
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I had them, they're alright on stock shocks with like a 2' drop. Any lower and they're ****. On KYB AGX's they were ok, but garbage compared to my Tein S-Techs.
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eibachs are pretty nice too i went with a 1.6 drop and ride really nice with the stock shocks/struts
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Old 15-May-2006, 11:02 AM
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That price is a little high for the coilovers too. Look around they and you can find them for less.
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Old 15-May-2006, 12:14 PM
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i had them on my old car, for $99 they aren't half bad, not comfy at all but with illumina's the price is right performance wise
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