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Old 03-23-2014, 12:39 PM   #1
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What are some good coilovers for my 2004 gt? I'm not trying to take it to the track, I just want to be low, like 2.5" all around low. I've read a little about upr and MM. I saw where sr performance makes a complete kit for $750, has anyone used their coilover system yet?
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What are some good coilovers for my 2004 gt? I'm not trying to take it to the track, I just want to be low, like 2.5" all around low. I've read a little about upr and MM. I saw where sr performance makes a complete kit for $750, has anyone used their coilover system yet?

The SR kit is pretty good. Not much adjustability though and it doesn't perform the best. But it is still pretty good. I'm personally saving up for the KW Variant 1 kit from AM.
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The SR kit is pretty good. Not much adjustability though and it doesn't perform the best. But it is still pretty good. I'm personally saving up for the KW Variant 1 kit from AM.

What do me mean by it lacking adjustability? And performance wise will it be good for a daily driver?
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I plan on going with MMs kit some day, if I could ever stop buying tools..

I personally would not settle for one of the cheap kits. I rode in a car with cheap Megan Racing coil-overs and it was super bouncy (spring rate was too stiff for the shocks) and quite unpleasant.
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I plan on going with MMs kit some day, if I could ever stop buying tools..

I personally would not settle for one of the cheap kits. I rode in a car with cheap Megan Racing coil-overs and it was super bouncy (spring rate was too stiff for the shocks) and quite unpleasant.

What all do the MM come with?
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Depends on the struts you buy. You can buy the kit with the Bilsteins or I'm sure they will let you make your own. http://www.maximummotorsports.com/Co...tang-P328.aspx
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Depends on the struts you buy. You can buy the kit with the Bilsteins or I'm sure they will let you make your own. http://www.maximummotorsports.com/Co...tang-P328.aspx

Thanks, the price of the sr performance coilovers are very enticing. I have the sr lowering springs and they are great, I just want to go lower.
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Understandable, if you go with them then let us know how you like them.
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Understandable, if you go with them then let us know how you like them.

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