Skunk2 Coilovers
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100% of reviewers $200.00 8.0

Joined: May 2002
Posts: 6007
Los Angeles, CA
February 9, 2004 Would you recommend this product: Yes | Price paid: $200.00 | Rating: 0 
Review by Mp3Supply

I am so much more happy with my ride now, not just on the loooks but also on the feel of the springs. After looking at my stock springs i can see how crappy they are and how sweet these feel and look. Now my ride is a little more bouncy but i will be buying shocks and all later on down the road.

These coilover's are clutch because when they put them on they put them on with out my w7 in my truck. And then when they were done with all the adjusting the put my 7 back in the truck and started to back out. . . BAM! my car drop'd another 1/2". Well it look tight atleast. So i went to drive home from NJ and then on the high way when i would hit smooth out holes in the road my tire would rub the inner part of my wheel well (due to 18x8's). So i went home the next day and jack the car up adjusted the springs and raise them up to compensate for the weight in my trunk. Drove it around, scraped a few more time so then i went back again and raised it another 3/8" and now its perfect.

After look at the sleve on the coilover i can see that in the winter i am goin to have a 4x4 pickup!. How nice winter is going to be with a 4x4 Celi and some Blizzzaks!.

Great Spring can't wait to buy shocks and all later on. now onto the next mod

Joined: Aug 2004
Posts: 157
September 26, 2004 Would you recommend this product: Yes | Price paid: N/A | Rating: 8 
Pros: raise and lower when ever you want. Higher spring rate.
Cons: Bouncy and you need to buy perfromance shocks.
good suspenion mod. You will definatly have better handeling after install. Its a little bouncy because the spring rates are higher than regular lowering i recommend getting Konis or someother stiff aftermarket shocks to acommadate the higher spring rate. Depending on how low you lower it, stock shocks will blow after a year or so of use. If you want good performance lowering and the ability to raise and lower your car, get these. If you DONT like to sacrifice comfort for performance..think twice.
I bought this for about $400, but that was only because i got it when it first came out back in 2001 or early 2002. You can get them ALOT cheaper now.
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