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e46Ron 09-10-2012 08:21 AM

Coilovers
 
Hey what's up guys. I need help looking for good quality inexpensive coilovers, what do you guys recommend?

ModBargains III 09-10-2012 04:26 PM

I'd go with ST coilovers if you want something inexpensive that'll handle the NY roads quite well too. Here, take a look, but ST's are made by KW so you know they're quality stuff:

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ST V1 Coilovers E46 3 Series

ST Variant 1
When it comes to choosing the perfect coilover, don't be cheap, do it right the first time; choose ST height adjustable Variant 1 Coilover Kits. Fully threaded shock bodies will enable you to customize your ride height for that aggressive stance that you've always wanted, without sacrificing safety, functionality, or driving performance. Each application is expertly engineered, designed, and test under road and of course track conditions in Europe to guarantee it meets and exceeds the Highest Quality Standards of the German TÜV.

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xecure 09-10-2012 05:01 PM

RACELANDS!!!!

jk, actually dunno if thats a jk. Read more about that. There are crusaders on both sides of that argument. Also search of Joms coilovers. Those are the super cheap ones.
I am not taking either side in that discussion.

If those prices scare you look into some thing more reputable like FK, or KW Coilovers.

Elvin123 09-11-2012 04:33 PM

d2 is pretty cheap, I have them on my car and no complaints yet :thumbsup:

ModBargains III 09-11-2012 04:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elvin123 (Post 14723407)
d2 is pretty cheap, I have them on my car and no complaints yet :thumbsup:

Really? I had them on my car for about a year, I couldn't stand them. Way too harsh, and when you try to adjust them down they're just way too bouncy. Who knows, maybe I'm sensitive :rofl:

euG! 09-11-2012 04:54 PM

ST for budget coilovers

Elvin123 09-12-2012 10:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ModBargains III (Post 14723411)
Really? I had them on my car for about a year, I couldn't stand them. Way too harsh, and when you try to adjust them down they're just way too bouncy. Who knows, maybe I'm sensitive :rofl:

Yeah I guess, but I was looking for a stiffer ride so they work for me. I haven't had the knob turned all the way soft yet.

ModBargains III 09-13-2012 12:14 PM

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Originally Posted by euG! (Post 14723484)
ST for budget coilovers

+1 :thumbsup:


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