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#89000 - 24th Jun 2006 7:25pm COILOVER SPINGS HELP NEED
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Would these be anygood never seen them before and was woundering if they would be cheaper for me at the moment untill the newyear when will have enough for coilovers.



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This is an auction for a set BRAND NEW set of Front and Rear lowering coilovers. These are adjustable from 0-76mm. These let you decide the perfect hide for your car. Whether you want it slammed on the ground or having the tire right at the wheel well. These are the coilovers for you. These springs come in boxes labeled front and back so you know which is which.

THESE Fit over your stock Struts/Dampeners
Instructions can be obtained by asking after buying

Make, Model Years
NISSAN 200SX, S13 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994

You receive: 4 Springs and 4 Coilovers, Top Hats, Rubber Rings, Grub Screws

There are other things i want to do 1st but the car just sits to high at the moment.

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#89001 - 24th Jun 2006 7:46pm Re: COILOVER SPINGS HELP NEED
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Nooooo dont do it, the car will ride like a bag of shite and you'll goose your dampers!
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#89002 - 24th Jun 2006 7:52pm Re: COILOVER SPINGS HELP NEED
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I say dont do it too mate. The very cheapest things u shud buy shud be a set of 30mm koni lowering springs or similar.but ideally u want matched springs and dampers at least or at best some coilovers
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#89003 - 24th Jun 2006 7:55pm Re: COILOVER SPINGS HELP NEED
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The car will handle better than it does now mate.

If you dont go stupid low then they are okay, the lower the car the lower the centre of gravity and therefore the better the handling.

It will alow you to lower it to a sensable height but if you put it lower than your grannys tits then your shox wont cope at all.

Its a cheap fix to be honest.

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#89004 - 24th Jun 2006 7:59pm Re: COILOVER SPINGS HELP NEED
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Originally posted by Scooby:
The car will handle better than it does now mate.

If you dont go stupid low then they are okay, the lower the car the lower the centre of gravity and therefore the better the handling.

It will alow you to lower it to a sensable height but if you put it lower than your grannys tits then your shox wont cope at all.

Its a cheap fix to be honest.
Wasnt going to go to low.

The shocks are 6 months old.

And i only need them till the end of jan 2007.

Should i get em then (wont be till end of july)
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#89005 - 24th Jun 2006 8:51pm Re: COILOVER SPINGS HELP NEED
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id try them if i was u wud be a good investment

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#89006 - 24th Jun 2006 9:58pm Re: COILOVER SPINGS HELP NEED
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For £90 it isnt bad mate.

They will work exactly the same as lowered springs but you have the luxury of setting them at any height you want rather than buying say 30mm lowered springs and having a set drop height of 30mm for example.

There not brilliant but they are cheap.

I would say give them a try if you want them. You could let us all know what the difference is like omg

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