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Old 05-26-2015, 10:51 PM   #1
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SR Performance Coil Overs

Think I might pull the trigger on these.

http://www.americanmuscle.com/srperf...over-0514.html

Does anyone know if they come with the Caster Camber Plates?
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Looks like they are built in.
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If you buy them let me know how they turn out I've been looking at these for a while now


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I would only use those for the sole purpose of adjusting the height of the car. If you want them for performance i would go with another brand. Coilovers are something that you get what you pay for.
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Im doing it for the large drop than sportline springs, and for the fact you can adjust it.
Want at least a 2" drop in the rear.

Don't plan on tracking the car.

Will eventually upgrade to Air Ride once I sell my daily.
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I would only use those for the sole purpose of adjusting the height of the car. If you want them for performance i would go with another brand. Coilovers are something that you get what you pay for.

What would you suggest for performance and looks?


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^^^^^ Without breaking the bank haha
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What I did was build my own kit. I got Maximum Motorsports conversion kits that work with KONI Yellows. I got to pick the shocks and struts I wanted, and the spring rates I wanted. Overall it cost me around $1600 for everything. Should be similar types of kits out there for you guys.


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Like he said, with coilivers, you get what you pay for. There are three systems that I am looking at. Motion Control Remote Reservoir double adjustable, Moton Remote Reservoir double adjustable, or AST double adjustables. I will only consider a damper that allows independent adjustment of rebound and compression, and would seriously prefer a damper with remote reservoirs, but that will not be as useful unless you are as hard on the car as I am.
That all said, the cheapest setup here is going to be $4500 for just dampers, not including springs, mount plates, or perches.
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Yeah, i was looking at a (used) miata with AST coilovers, and doing some research, the suspension set up cost more than the car lol.
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Yeah, especially if you want them custom valved.
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I feel like I should just go with my original plan (the eibach sport system plus) plus the panhard bar, rear upper and lower control arms.
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I feel like I should just go with my original plan (the eibach sport system plus) plus the panhard bar, rear upper and lower control arms.

I think that plan was a good idea plus your getting all the essentials with it too like the control arms.


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What I did was build my own kit. I got Maximum Motorsports conversion kits that work with KONI Yellows. I got to pick the shocks and struts I wanted, and the spring rates I wanted. Overall it cost me around $1600 for everything. Should be similar types of kits out there for you guys.


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Do you have a link for that kit?


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Go to the maximum motorsports website.
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