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JAIMEJAMES Aug 19, 11:02pm - #37376 

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what should i add to mysuspension...

i've already ordered hotchkis swaybays, f/strut bar and rear camber kit, hypermotive 3pt rear strut bar and energy suspension bushings.

i'm debating on the cusco front lower arm bar or the tanabe sustec front/rear bars.

i'm also torn between coilovers: hotchkis, tein ss, jic-magic flta2 and b&g s3.

i'm not into auto x-ing or even street racing yet but maybe down the road. the review thread that's pinned is all about struts and springs...


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IcEd blUe Aug 19, 11:05pm - #37377 

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do you have a bodykit? rims?
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JAIMEJAMES Aug 19, 11:26pm - #37378 

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no body kit or rims yet. i'm concentrating on the suspension now.

for the body i was thinking r2 front, kaminari sides and molly rear and molly wing.

i wanted to stay with lightweight 17" (debating on brembo or rotora brake kits) but 225 tires and maybe flared fenders.

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IcEd blUe Aug 19, 11:28pm - #37379 

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i asked because i wanted to know whats a safe amount to lower you should get tokico springs and shocks
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VSGTS14 Aug 19, 11:44pm - #37380 

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get the Cusco stuff and the Hotchkis stuff.

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Steven Aug 20, 12:01am - #37381 
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Hotchkis full coilovers or TEIN SS will treat you well.
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Grand-Touring-Dan Aug 20, 12:16am - #37382 
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Originally Posted by Steven
Hotchkis full coilovers or TEIN SS will treat you well.


Agreed. But I prefer Hotchkis.
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Speed4TheNeed Aug 20, 2:22am - #37383 

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i'm a bigger fan of unorthodox pulleyes. however..i think AEM has the better reputation (if only because of the nrha & their new civic). you really can't go wrong but unorthodox seems set that they produce more power with both of their pulley sets
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Speed4TheNeed Aug 20, 2:25am - #37384 

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ah, sorry..next post rolleyes
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