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Old 09-23-2012, 02:19 PM   #1
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what shocks and struts?

Im in need of new shocks and struts. I lowered my car with blue h&r supersport springs and also have steeda ball joints and installed them without the ball joint spacers. So thats 1 1/2 drop with spring and another 1/2 without the ball joint spacers. So thats a 2 inch drop in the front. What shocks and struts woul yall recomend?
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Old 09-23-2012, 02:47 PM   #2
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I have KYB adjustable shocks and struts, and H&R SS spring I like the ride. But if you have a budget don't forget to upgrade your balljoint and bump steer kit and the most important CC plates . I have all this on my suspension and I love the stance and the ride!! hope it helps . Good luck!
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Helps. I started doing my suspension but shocks and struts were and still are too high.

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And been hectic at work. So kyb are just as good as tokico
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Helps. I started doing my suspension but shocks and struts were and still are too high.

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And been hectic at work. So kyb are just as good as tokico
There's a tokiko adjustable shocks and struts those are okay too. I know lots of people use it and they like it. But for my own opinion adjustable KYB is better than tokiko blues, just my opinion and experience . It's up to you and your budget man.

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Lots of people are very please with tokiko blues too. I think your good on that set up..
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Good so kyb is good
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Good so kyb is good
Yea kyb for me is good , On my own experience man. But You can ask everyone in this forum which one is better.
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What about koni
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Koni and bilstein are the best man! I told you it depends on your budget buddy.

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Are you racing your car, or a daily driving?
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Old 09-23-2012, 04:12 PM   #9
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Well racing maybe later on. Daily driver for now. Uh, ok A little of both....
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Well racing maybe later on. Daily driver for now. Uh, ok A little of both....
Goodluck to it bro
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Bc you cant have both?
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Bc you cant have both?
I mean good luck on your suspension project buddy!
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Old 09-23-2012, 07:41 PM   #13
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Oh. Thanks. I was wondering if you were saying i cant have both race and daily driving you woulda been the second person to tell me that...
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