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strut/spring question

Old 04-02-2008, 11:43 AM
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strut/spring question

anybody have their 4th gen dropped with koni stuts and tein springs? looked around but couldnt find nethin.
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Old 04-02-2008, 06:54 PM
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anybody? just wanted to kno how the car would ride if it would be too bouncy or too stiff or somethin
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Old 04-02-2008, 08:56 PM
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apparently you didn't look hard enough. spring rates are posted in the stickies in this section and there are NUMEROUS threads on how they ride. also which Tein springs are you referring to? H-techs? S-techs? also there are other factors that relate to ride such as dampening settings, spring rates, tires, etc.
H-tech is pretty much a very minimal drop with a nearly oem type ride. S-tech rates are pretty soft for how low you're going to be. i would only recommend them if you are only into looks. Check out the sticky in this section and figure out what you want. The koni Yellow is a very good choice for struts but be prepared for modifcation to the oem housing on the front inserts.
SEARCH. it is your friend happy hunting.
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