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FloydianSlip6 Dec 14, 5:39pm - #350977 

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spring or coilovers

sorry for regulars that I'm asking this question for the millionth time. But here goes. I live most of the year in Worcester and Cape Cod, Cape Cod ALWAYS has speed bumps everywhere. I don't feel like scratching my bumper all to shit. However, I don't want my car to ride like and SUV either. I planned to get some Tien SS with EDFC, however, don't ever really see myself adjusting it much, making it a bit excessive. I was thinking of going with some Tien S-tech spring for a 1.4" drop in the front and rear instead. I am also planning on getting 18s at some time in the future. What do you guys think? (I have 16s now) Anyone have pics with the Tein S-techs?? I can get some pretty cheap, which is why I'm considering the compromise.
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FloydianSlip6 Dec 15, 7:53pm - #350978 

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bump
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celicafourotwo Dec 16, 1:16am - #350979 

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i think you gonna bump all over the place if you go with Spring..spring are more bouncy..like you said the place you live are bumpy, you gonna get more bumpy with spring..go with coilover and set it at specific height you want..

Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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YBLEGAL
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YBLEGAL Dec 16, 3:25am - #350980 

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I have the S-Tech springs and they don't bounce at all. I have had them for about six months.
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FloydianSlip6 Dec 16, 6:09pm - #350981 

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Originally Posted by YBLEGAL
I have the S-Tech springs and they don't bounce at all. I have had them for about six months.

got a pic of em on your car? I'm glad to hear they are working out.
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BAC
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BAC Dec 29, 12:50pm - #350982 

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how much does those S-tech springs lower your car
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TRDOTC Dec 29, 3:39pm - #350983 

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Cape Cod thumbsup that is were i live rofl
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TRDOTC Dec 29, 3:42pm - #350984 

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i have some Bomz coilovers for sale smile
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