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Jun 8, 10:43pm - #195382 
what do you recommend

yea, what kind of shocks would you people recommend with skunk2 coilovers?


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Jun 8, 10:45pm - #195383 
im saving up for KYBs and getting the same type of coilovers...damn winters, i need adjustables

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Jun 8, 11:32pm - #195384 
anyone else?


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Jun 9, 10:49am - #195385 
I'd go with adjustable KYB's

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Jun 9, 12:04pm - #195386 
adjustable KYB's thumbsup

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Jun 9, 12:13pm - #195387 
Not true coilovers.. because real coilovers come with shocks.

KYB seem to be the most popular here, but if you want to save some cash go with Tokico, most affordable Performance shock/strut for our cars.


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Jun 9, 1:02pm - #195388 
Originally Posted by Vampyre
Not true coilovers.. because real coilovers come with shocks.

KYB seem to be the most popular here, but if you want to save some cash go with Tokico, most affordable Performance shock/strut for our cars.


should i go with tokico blue adjustable?


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Jun 9, 2:20pm - #195389 
Originally Posted by gtscelica05
yea, what kind of shocks would you people recommend with skunk2 coilovers?


you dont need shocks for coilovers, there built in together with the spring!!


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Jun 9, 2:25pm - #195390 
^ skunk 2 coilovers are not real coilovers, they're sleeve type coilovers, so you'll need to upgrade the stock struts 'cuz the stock struts wont last too long.


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Jun 9, 2:37pm - #195391 
ground conrol coilovers grin

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Tein all the way!!! (even though Tein costs a pretty penny)

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