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xrage4200 Feb 21, 6:11pm - #108266 

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Which brand of springs to get?

Well,since i am sellin my Intake now i think. I am getting some springs instead.
Top of my list is Hotchkis springs, then eibach. which springs are the best to get? Does anyone know if HKS is a good company for springs?

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Evan Feb 21, 6:52pm - #108267 

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Since you have 18's, I'd say go with hotchkis.

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GraSSRooTs Feb 21, 7:19pm - #108268 

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Originally Posted by Evan
Since you have 18's, I'd say go with hotchkis.


Hotchkis would look good with your 18s.

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NorwayGT Feb 21, 7:22pm - #108269 

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Originally Posted by GraSSRooTs
Originally Posted by Evan
Since you have 18's, I'd say go with hotchkis.


Hotchkis would look good with your 18s.

yea, get hotchkis

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cycocelica Feb 21, 8:05pm - #108270 

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like the rest of htem said
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isaac Feb 21, 8:18pm - #108271 
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Speed4TheNeed Feb 21, 9:08pm - #108272 

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i like both the hotchkis and the eibach sportlines--and both will go decently with 18"s

something else you might want to look into if you have a limited budget are the tein springs--genereally about $50 to $100 cheaper and doesn't sacrifice quality (in this case, you can get more than what you pay for) thumbsup
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CeLlYgT04 Feb 21, 9:18pm - #108273 

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It all depends on how much of a drop you want. For a little drop, TRD or Eibach Pro Kit work great. Eibach Sportlines give around a 2 inch drop...But since you have 18s, I wouldn't drop too much grin
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Speed4TheNeed Feb 21, 9:26pm - #108274 

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eibach pros give a 1.2" drop in the front and a 1.1" drop in the rear. price is usually somewhere around $230

eibach sportlines give a 1.8" drop in the front and a 2.4" drop in the back (obviously if you get 18s you will need a superlow profile tire. price is usually somewhere around $240

hotchkis superform spings give about a 2" drop and cost around $260

tein s-techs give a 1.4" drop all around and are about $170 (obviously the much cheaper choice)

and all of the above brands offer great quality (eibach more so than the others--but hotchkis & tein are not far behind) thumbsup

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blackcel Feb 21, 9:27pm - #108275 

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I have sportlines with 18's, and love it!!!

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Speed4TheNeed Feb 21, 9:41pm - #108276 

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Originally Posted by blackcel
I have sportlines with 18's, and love it!!!


thats awesome bro...whats your tire setup?
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xrage4200 Feb 21, 10:09pm - #108277 

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how bout HKS springs

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xrage4200 Feb 21, 10:09pm - #108278 

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how bou HKS springs. are they good

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carinv1175 Feb 21, 10:17pm - #108279 

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TRD coilovers

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stefanoc Feb 22, 5:27am - #108280 

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is a coilover a set of spring and shocks that come together or wut? if not wut is it exactly? how does it differ from springs?
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02blueceli Feb 23, 1:21pm - #108281 
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I got some TEIN S-Tech Springs for sale, perfect condition in box, 130 shipped.
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v3n0m Feb 23, 7:18pm - #108282 

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All name brand springs will perform about the same. It just depends how much of a drop you want & how much you wanna spend. Tanabe, Tein & HKS are the three less expensive.
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