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mastro543
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Jan 15, 3:56pm - #83547 
What Suspension

Im deciding on either skunk2 coilovers or ground control coilovers i was wondering if anyone has had either of the two and your opinions on the ride, handeling ect. Thanks


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Jan 15, 4:00pm - #83548 
i have ground control coil-overs and they have been great so far but they are bouncy, also i got the new ones with the hex screw for raising and lowering with one hand instead of the two wrenches but when i was lowering my car i thought to myself what if the screws strip? but im just going to be careful i guess...hope this helps

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Jan 16, 12:21am - #83549 
I think Springs are more comfortable...


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Jan 16, 12:42am - #83550 
my friend has the skunks on an 03 spec v nissan. If this helps at all! Hes taking them off to buy Tein springs. He hates the coilovers, very rough and very noisy!! This may be a different problem, but just a thought


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Jan 16, 12:45am - #83551 
Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
I think Springs are more comfortable...

i learned my lesson when i had a no name coilovers before. Now I have TRD springs. definite improvement. thumbsup

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Jan 16, 2:37am - #83552 
yeah i don't trust sleeves, i would go with hotchkis springs, or TRD.


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Jan 17, 12:11am - #83553 
Originally Posted by righteous_one
Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
I think Springs are more comfortable...

i learned my lesson when i had a no name coilovers before. Now I have TRD springs. definite improvement. thumbsup

Same here i use to have "No name" Coilovers too. Now i have Eibach Sportlines And KYB AGX shocks...Feels much better.

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Jan 17, 6:52am - #83554 
if you wnat coil overs get real coilovers nto sleeves other wise get springs. jamey will tell you all about it he flew overe some brifges because of the coilover sleeves being tooo bouncy.

pesronally i am the type that wants it done right thats why if i get coilovers tehy will be real coilovesr.


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