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djo88

D2 coilover on SEDAN

hi everyone, i have D2 coilovers on my 4doors and i'm very sad because it's not so low as i like... and i'm on the max on the heigh adjust.

who also have D2 on his sedan to compare ? because i think there is a problem...

thanks
djo88

no reply ???
C-Rex

D2s should go very low, my friend has them on his CRX and they are sitting nice have you any pictures of the coilover as you have it set now?
djo88

http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/4228/dscn0584sk1.jpg

http://img27.imageshack.us/img27/4205/dscn0588cu6.jpg

here is the D2 ...

and my Sedan on D2 :

http://i86.servimg.com/u/f86/12/86/27/97/dscn0911.jpg

TOOO highhh for me ... i will go lowerrr
Sevwen7

they look like they should go pretty low.
you could try taking them apart and take the bottom ring that locks the perch in place the spin the perch all the way down and/or get drop forks
~Sp33~

Are they definitely Civic coilovers? If they're for an Integra then they wont go as low.
djo88

~Sp33~ wrote:
Are they definitely Civic coilovers? If they're for an Integra then they wont go as low.


yes they are for civic ...

if i can i'll take the refefrence number
C-Rex

Direct for an EF civic?
Unusual because D2s are known for going very low..

Have you the threaded part wound down into the base as far as you can? Then drop the locking collars down as low as possible too

If all else fails Meister R go very low..

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