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Old 12-15-2014, 02:39 AM   #1
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'05+ Mustang Coilovers by Raceland

So I saw someone on Facebook said they have been using these for 2yrs and no problems. Wondering if anyone else uses them?

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Raceland is generally crap... I would pass

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We call those Riceland coil overs. They're not good for much more than a drop, and even then they're questionable at best. I wouldnt try to do any "real" driving with them.
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2 words... GAR BAGE!! These are absolute junk.
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The fact that you cant even buy good shocks/struts and springs for that price should also be an indicator.
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'05+ Mustang Coilovers by Raceland

So I saw someone on Facebook said they have been using these for 2yrs and no problems. Wondering if anyone else uses them?

Hey 14-That's a good question and I'll play devils advocate here. Back in a previous life I used to own a VW (I know ) regardless I had a set of them on my car for 2 years and a solid 45k miles and they never gave me any trouble at all! There's a huge stigma associated with the whole, "you get what you pay for" mentality but I can absolutely attest to their build quality and how long they lasted!

Coilovers are great if you're looking to go super low but for what it's worth needing to get continually aligned I might just shoot for a set of springs!

Let me know if you have any other questions and I hope this helps!
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^^ Not to get argumentative or nit-picky, but assuming that was a 210 hp, 3000 lb GTI, I'd call it a far cry from a 300 hp, 3600 lb mustang . I will agree that the money would be better spent on a good set of springs however.
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Coilovers by Raceland for $599

Race lands are ONLY good for a lowered look. They are not adjustable for stiffness I believe, and they only come with one spring stiffness. There is a reason they are so cheap.

For example, there is a reason I spent a whole $1,000 more than that on my coilovers.


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Thanks guys

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