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Jerseys_fyn3st

The best bang for you buck! Suspension

I just wanted to pass the good word around these are full body, also 3 of my friends just bought these they are amazing and they were all diff hondas and they all feel the same great ride will be ordering these after xmas and these go super low never seen anything like these.

http://racelandus.com/p-160-coilo...da-civic-92-00-and-crx-89-91.aspx
mrnurse

Any further input on these?
Sevwen7

i know a lot of VW people like these too! they are great for the price! i wish i knew about them before i dumped my money into koni yellows!
89civicracer

I don't know much about them.... Sorry
Dolie ED3

Hmmm they look the same as TA Technics(europe brand)
And the go low!good ride for good price you pay about 275 euro for them here in europe(Netherlands)
CRXKSWAP

You guys should read up on farnorthracing.com.

Basically all of these no-name coilovers are rubbish, at least if you are into actually doing motorsports with a car. Almost all of these shocks are garbage, with very inconsistent performance. On my CRX going from TEIN SS's(I didn't know any better) to koni/GC's made all of the difference in the world when it came to handling.

Besides, the koni yellow's aren't outrageous  for price when you factor in a lifetime warranty. I just picked up a set(lightly used) for my sedan for under 200 bucks!

Of course, if you just want to go low and look good, most anything will do.
Robb

Been running PIC Selects on my CRX STREET DRIVEN since 2004.
Quality stuff !

http://picperformance.com/store/scripts/prodView.asp?idProduct=192
alarm guru

godspeed type ss
Dolie ED3

Weitec W2 Smile
Jerseys_fyn3st

Yes you are right, alotta of vw guys have them in south florida too dnt think they would put 2500$ wheels on there new vw then slam it with shitty ass coilovers., and most deff these shocks are not garbage go.ahead and spend 899$ on full coilovers these do just the same ride as good, and go lower then mostly anything on the market right now for almost half the price, yes they are good  in fact they are really good. The ride is not too stiff or to bouncy.  I can vouch for these.
89civicracer

Tein SS is what i have on the sedan with the EDFC... Have had no complaints yet... Definitely an upgrade from what i had... Neuspeed springs with Tokico Blues.... hahaha Smile
~Sp33~

CRXKSWAP wrote:
On my CRX going from TEIN SS's(I didn't know any better) to koni/GC's made all of the difference in the world when it came to handling.


Tien SS are a great coilover, I've been running them for 5 years with no complaints. They're not designed to be slammed, keep them at a moderate ride height and they perform really well.
CRXKSWAP

~Sp33~ wrote:


Tien SS are a great coilover, I've been running them for 5 years with no complaints. They're not designed to be slammed, keep them at a moderate ride height and they perform really well.


I only ever had the tein's slammed for the honda tuning photoshoot I was in(per their request), normally they were riding pretty high. They were perfectly good for street use, but on the autoX course they made for a very unpredictable car. Overall, I would describe their feel on course as inconsistent, with the car seemingly ready to snap oversteer at any moment.

Switching to Koni/GC's made a worlds difference. Even if they didn't provide a huge increase in overall grip, they made the car incredibly more consistent and predictable, resulting in a car much easier to drive on the  edge. If you ever go out to a big national level autocross event, you will notice that a vast majority of drivers are using bilsteins, konis, or mouton/AST's, for good reason.

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