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Wanted Full coilovers (8th gen duhhhhh)(trolling available)

Discussion in 'Wanted: Car Parts' started by Machupicchu, Feb 9, 2013.

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    Except cBass
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    i just got my tokico with TRD springs tho :(
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    But TRD springs don't give you enough low.
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    ehhh for right now....ill eventually get coilovers
    Added: Mar 7, 2013 at 11:34 AM
    and im planing on getting another 2 mr2 16x7 for the front later this month
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    i have ground controls too doesnt even compare to my ksports although the gc are made by eibach its too much money for waht it is
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    He said 2, noob
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    Ya I though full coilover beat coilover springs any day?
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    Not necessarily..... a good spring&shock combo has the potential for performing as well as coilovers. They're the same thing in the end... a shock and a spring. Just that coilovers are 1 adjustable (height, camber, dampening etc) and 2 they are perfectly paired (ie the shock and spring are built to work together). If you can find a spring&shock combo that works perfectly together, AND has the perfect stats you want, then go for it. Though they will never have the advantage of being adjustable.
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    As long as the spring gives you the best height (whether you're going for looks or performance), you can get the adjustability from the struts, as with the Koni yellows. So yeah you may not be able to adjust for height if you have a typical spring/strut combo by everything else is quite comparable.
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    I want low, but not hellaflush low. I like CorollaGT's height.
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    Yep, hes going much moar loaw.
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    hes gonna scrape continuously?
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    Pretty much, you jelly?
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    Added: Mar 8, 2013 at 12:42 PM
    U flan?
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    It looks like his hands are moving more than the jelly.
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    Yeah, that's definitely NSFG right there.
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    This is true.

    TRD Springs + Tokico Struts = VERY near stock ride height, very uncomfortable and bouncy. It will be like the worst of both worlds.

    Sorry cBass.
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    LMAO :roast:

    TRD springs have always been a joke (and a ripoff)

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