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what coilovers to get?

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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby Alstezza » Fri Jan 14, 2011 5:50 pm

Damok wrote:Tein Super Streets are the only way :wink: , I have them 2years never a days troubles. Couldnt praise them enough :) .The difference in handling was immense add that with the strut bars huge difference over standard. . I have the coilovers set 18of 20 , , 20 been track set up/rock solid and the car A1 on the road.



Where'd you get your Tein super streets, Damok? Price and that if ya don't mind fella.
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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby Damok » Fri Jan 14, 2011 9:08 pm

Alstezza wrote:
Damok wrote:Tein Super Streets are the only way :wink: , I have them 2years never a days troubles. Couldnt praise them enough :) .The difference in handling was immense add that with the strut bars huge difference over standard. . I have the coilovers set 18of 20 , , 20 been track set up/rock solid and the car A1 on the road.



Where'd you get your Tein super streets, Damok? Price and that if ya don't mind fella.


I got them new from a member on here, Around the time they were €1000 from the shops . .
Heres a link to dealers in ireland http://www.tein.co.uk/dealer_list/ShopS ... ry=Ireland
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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby d2carazy » Fri Jan 14, 2011 10:01 pm

any links to the HKS coilovers?

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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby Alstezza » Sat Jan 15, 2011 1:14 am

Damok wrote:
Alstezza wrote:
Damok wrote:Tein Super Streets are the only way :wink: , I have them 2years never a days troubles. Couldnt praise them enough :) .The difference in handling was immense add that with the strut bars huge difference over standard. . I have the coilovers set 18of 20 , , 20 been track set up/rock solid and the car A1 on the road.



Where'd you get your Tein super streets, Damok? Price and that if ya don't mind fella.


I got them new from a member on here, Around the time they were €1000 from the shops . .
Heres a link to dealers in ireland http://www.tein.co.uk/dealer_list/ShopS ... ry=Ireland



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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby moomoo » Sat Jan 15, 2011 11:45 am

d2carazy wrote:any links to the HKS coilovers?

I think you;ll only get them in japan,
http://www.rhdjapan.com/hks-hipermax-ii ... x100-50575
sale price €1335 + delivery and customs, probably be 2k.
I think the purple hypermax are discontinued

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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby donut46 » Sat Jan 15, 2011 2:13 pm

moomoo wrote:The people with teins need to test drive an altezza with hks ones :roll:


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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby williek » Sat Jan 15, 2011 4:02 pm

hsd would they be rated at all?
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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby mokh » Fri Jan 28, 2011 3:57 am

anyone tried D2? plan to get one but need more review.

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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby Damok » Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:35 am

mokh wrote:anyone tried D2? plan to get one but need more review.


I think there is someone on site, Cant for the life of me think who it is though. . :oops:
I think D2 has more of a name for civic coilovers. :idea:
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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby Noel » Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:04 am

Damok wrote:
mokh wrote:anyone tried D2? plan to get one but need more review.


I think there is someone on site, Cant for the life of me think who it is though. . :oops:
I think D2 has more of a name for civic coilovers. :idea:



Dan (admin) fitted D2 to his Tezza ... They broke his heart! Avoid :wink:

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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby possel » Fri Jan 28, 2011 7:56 pm

williek wrote:hsd would they be rated at all?


i have hsd on mine got the car in september with them already on, got told they were only 2 months old ish no probs at all and a good adjustment range.

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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby mokh » Sat Jan 29, 2011 1:30 am

Noel wrote:
Damok wrote:
mokh wrote:anyone tried D2? plan to get one but need more review.


I think there is someone on site, Cant for the life of me think who it is though. . :oops:
I think D2 has more of a name for civic coilovers. :idea:



Dan (admin) fitted D2 to his Tezza ... They broke his heart! Avoid :wink:


ouh..thanks. what model that he use?

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Re: what coilovers to get?

Postby thefridge » Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:10 pm

I have a set of Toms coilovers for sale in for sale section
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