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Coils Or Springs


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Sorry if this is the wrong place or what not

But I'm not sure what do get full on coil overs

Or just regular hardened lowered springs

There are pit fall to both but I'm wonsering what you guys have done

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Depends how much you want to spend, good coilovers are well in excess of $1000 where as springs are like $350 for king springs.

I had SSL king springs in my r32 gts which were really really stiff, the ride quality was very poor and i clenched every time i saw a bump in the road. In my A4 i have Koni fully adjustable coilovers which are brilliant but cost me an arm and a leg.

I would always recommend coil overs as you can adjust the damper and the ride height, but dont go for cheap knock offs and they will sh** themselves very quickly. :thumbsup:

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Unless u want/need adjustability stay clear of coilovers. Get a nicely natched shock an spring.

I had nismo struts n springs in my r32 and they were amazing comfortable and very little body roll with great bounce elimination

my r33 has aftermarket full height shocks and springs and they are much the same but roll a bit more than the 32. Im unsure on the brand unfortunately.

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