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Mao Mar 26, 6:28pm - #135681 
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C[mon ya'll i need help


Well man i really need help on this.. coilovers vs. springs.?? which is better. some body is selling me coilovers for $150 is dat good price. the brand r "dropzone" she says they could lower like 4' . i don;t have anything on my car yet (nutting) but im planning to get the vs1 kit and some 18' rims. so you think coilovers will do fine?? help me on this...
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CID498 Mar 26, 6:34pm - #135682 

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$150 sounds to good to be true dood

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Larry_GTS Mar 26, 6:39pm - #135683 
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i wouldn't buy coilovers for less then 400 thats just me . 150, man you can barley get good springs for that price.
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TrewCelica Mar 26, 6:50pm - #135684 

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u can buy those brand new for that price.
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xandrewx Mar 26, 7:20pm - #135685 

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Id just get a set of Eibach Sportlines. I have ground controls and i regret buying them. If your going to get coilovers get "real" coilovers like teins,tanabe ect.. otherwise just get a set of springs in my opinion.
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Warlord786 Mar 26, 8:39pm - #135686 
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just get a set of new ones, you want to make sure you have good quality ones.


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SatinSilverGTS Mar 26, 8:50pm - #135687 

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Personally I would get a set of coilovers. A plus to those is you can adjust the height. If you get springs I would also recommend geting new shocks and struts

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Mao Mar 26, 9:01pm - #135688 
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The coilovers r brand new. never been used. they bought it but then decide to go bigger rims.. they have never been used. and the price is $150. so ya'll think i shouldn't get em... ??? and if i get em' wut else do i need.??? im gonna get 18's rims.. please guys help me on this.. thanks...
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AZZKIKR Mar 26, 9:02pm - #135689 

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yeah bro, If you're only looking to spend around $150 then go with either the eibach's or goldline's in the ecelica store...good coilovers are much more expensive...I'm looking at tanabe coilovers right now and they are in the neighborhood of like $800 or so right now...and JIC coilovers are over $1,000...good luck tho
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Mao Mar 26, 9:21pm - #135690 
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Yeah i know they mad money.. but dat's the price im gonan get em' for i have to pick em up 2morrow down here in Orlando fl.. but on the internet they have em for $250.. you can check their web site is www.dropzonesuspension.com go there and tell me wut ya'll think thanks. guys..
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Rocketman Mar 27, 12:24am - #135691 

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Coilovers are awesome...if good quality. You aren't getting good quality for 150...sorry man. NO GO!!!
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Mao Mar 27, 5:48am - #135692 
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DropZone r nah good???? honestly???
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v3n0m Mar 27, 8:31am - #135693 

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You're better off saving up and getting skunk 2 coil overs.
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Mao Mar 27, 4:53pm - #135694 
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Thanks guy... i knew you would help me on this.. yeah so im not getting those... if everybody is saying no so then y would i buy em'' so i guess i buy some good ass spring... thankksss love you ya'll thumbsup
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eric_h Mar 28, 1:31am - #135695 

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Originally Posted by xandrewx
Id just get a set of Eibach Sportlines. I have ground controls and i regret buying them. If your going to get coilovers get "real" coilovers like teins,tanabe ect.. otherwise just get a set of springs in my opinion.


Whats wrong with ground controls, i have them with eibach springs and i get compliments on them from other lowered import owners all the time???

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