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Old 01-03-2013, 01:53 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by SoloII///M View Post
With how much you drive your car, don't you want to put a quality product on it? There's no benefit to coilovers unless you plan to adjust the ride height. You can achieve your goals with higher quality components that will last for the life of your car (Koni shocks and OEM ZHP springs).

Just my $0.02.
I honestly just don't know. The thing is the car is old, so I only plan on getting two more years out of it. My company gives me $1000 a month for car allowance so this one's paid off and I just want to keep pocketing the cash. Thus, I don't want to invest too much into it, since in about a year ill be buying something new.

Are those Bilsteins any good? Koni seem good too, can I lower the car about an inch with either one of those?
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