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Old 09-17-2010, 05:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lowering springs or coilovers

I currently have Eibach Sportlines on stock struts.
I am looking to buy some koni yellows to swap out but I dont feel like hacking up my oem struts to do so. And I cant find any used Si struts locally..

So im contemplating selling my sportlines and using the money from those and what i was gonna spend on konis and get some coilovers. I know for a good set of coilovers it would cost me an arm and a leg.

The thing thats stopping me from coilovers is the y roads around here..

So any advice would be great... Also if anyone knows of 2 Si front struts let me know! :P

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Old 09-17-2010, 06:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I just put on coilovers. How much you wanna pay for struts? Let me know I can ship them on the bus and it shouldn't be too serious.

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pm me with a price you have in mind. I dont want to low ball you.
Are the blown or still in working condition?
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not sure why people say they don't buy coilovers cause of the sh*tty roads. to me coilovers would be the best, cause you can slam them for looks or raise them for driveablity. i'm getting coilovers and will be selling my hfp suspension.
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do it right and get coilovers
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