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Mar 2, 3:24pm - #115825 
EBIACH vs. TANABE

Which springs you guyz think are better, i'm prolly orderin um tonite. but i can't decide, Ebaich sportlines or Tanabe D12's?


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Mar 2, 3:34pm - #115826 
I'd go with the Sportlines...

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Mar 2, 3:37pm - #115827 
Originally Posted by Sultan
I'd go with the Sportlines...

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Mar 2, 3:41pm - #115828 
yea go with sportlines...I'm planning to get them...

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Mar 2, 3:47pm - #115829 
they're both about the same, just depends which brand you more loyalty to. I'd go with Tanabe 'cuz everyone has eibach.

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Mar 2, 3:50pm - #115830 
Originally Posted by Sultan
I'd go with the Sportlines...


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Mar 2, 3:55pm - #115831 
Originally Posted by v3n0m
they're both about the same, just depends which brand you more loyalty to. I'd go with Tanabe 'cuz everyone has eibach.


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Mar 2, 4:03pm - #115832 
definitly eibachs

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Mar 2, 4:11pm - #115833 
I have the sportlines and I love them
Def a must have. thumbsup

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Mar 2, 5:33pm - #115834 
Eibach Sportlines = Best drop.
You can get it here for $185!!! www.Modacar.com

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Mar 2, 6:53pm - #115835 
Originally Posted by Sultan
I'd go with the Sportlines...


Yea, Eibach is a popular, trusted brand thumbsup

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Mar 2, 7:14pm - #115836 
Hotchkis! :whatever:

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Mar 2, 7:43pm - #115837 
Tein or Tanabe. If I can get Japanese parts for what I want on an import Japanese car, then that's it. They know best. Sorry if some of that wasn't in your question.

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Mar 3, 2:38am - #115838 
go with the tanabe. I just got them installed today and drop looks really nice. I'm going to post pic tomorrrow. I also put on my new 18" wheel with 225/40 after it was all done, in the front about 1 finger gap between tire and fender. Also 1 finger gap in the rear too. Sportline will have more drop in the rear to level the car. I personally don't like the level look. I like how rear is little higher than front, makes car look more aggressive. I'm glad I went with tanabe and I only paid $175 from shop I go to. Good luck on your choice.

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Mar 3, 9:25am - #115839 
I have Eibach Sportline with stock shocks. I have had them for 2 years now. So far so good. Tanabe is also a good choice. You can't go wrong with either one.


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Mar 3, 3:27pm - #115840 
Tanabe.

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