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Bartiks Aug 5, 9:30pm - #33294 
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Which suspension should I get

Hi all I was kind of wondering what would be a good type of suspension to get added to my car? I guess the main thing that I'm worried about is that around here I see a ton of lowered vehicles. And every single one of them looks like it would just jar your spine out of whack. What would be a good suspension to put on my 2k gt without really compromising ride quality and not really spending 30,000 in the process. I know kind of a strict "guideline" to follow and all. Thanks in advance.
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IcEd blUe Aug 5, 9:31pm - #33295 

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HOTCHKIS

this is the most original topic ever, please do a search first
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Jamey Aug 5, 9:35pm - #33296 

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R you talking full susension set-up, Full Coilovers, Lowering springs, etc????

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Bartiks Aug 5, 9:45pm - #33297 
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I don't know that is why I'm asking. I don't know what all the differences are.
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JAIMEJAMES Aug 5, 9:48pm - #33298 

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Originally Posted by Bartiks
Hi all I was kind of wondering what would be a good type of suspension to get added to my car? I guess the main thing that I'm worried about is that around here I see a ton of lowered vehicles. And every single one of them looks like it would just jar your spine out of whack. What would be a good suspension to put on my 2k gt without really compromising ride quality and not really spending 30,000 in the process. I know kind of a strict "guideline" to follow and all. Thanks in advance.


hey bartkis,
before you can get decent answers it's best to research a little (this site, of course, and any import site in general). import magazines are a good place to learn more, too. you also have to consider your budget.

the suspension for the 7th gen celi has many possibilities (unlike the engine). you can change bushings, strut/shocks and springs (or just coilovers), camber kits, sway bars, strut bars and wheels and tires.

good luck in your search. thumbsup

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VSGTS14 Aug 5, 9:57pm - #33299 

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I suggest you get Tein coilovers...

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Steven Aug 5, 10:00pm - #33300 
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VSGTS14 Aug 5, 10:06pm - #33301 

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Originally Posted by Steven
hotchkis


yea these too. thumbsup thumbsup

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ct Aug 5, 10:27pm - #33302 

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if you go hotchkis there is a deal at claremont toyo...springs for like 135...reg price is like 230 they're also an offical installer for hotchkis products too whooohoo thumbsup rice

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