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Old 02-14-2013, 04:22 PM   #1
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im looking for a set of good daily street driving coilover for my 06 s2k, i want something thatz good for performance but not sacrifice the comfort too much, u guys hv any suggestion?
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Old 02-14-2013, 06:47 PM   #2
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If you don't plan on tracking the car I recommend Bilstein PSS9. They can be had for about $1350 new and are very comfy for the street.
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Old 02-14-2013, 06:58 PM   #3
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I agree...have had a set of PSS9's for six years. They turn up the wick a noticeable amount without becoming tiring.
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Love my PSS9's. Can't say I've experimented with others though.
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Bilstein PSS9, if that is above your budget, get the PSS.
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bilsteins held up fine on the track for me!
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ic, looks like pss9 should be a good choice, i wont go to the track, mostly daily driving and sometimes go up to mountain, but only a couple times a year
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PSS9s are a great set of coils! but if thats above ur budget, Buddy Club N+ are good choice(can usually find them for cheap used) or Megan Street/Track Series(not EZ street)I personally have the Megan Street series and i love them! My best advise is to try and get with a local group and see what they have! ride in there cars and see how they feel!
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And yet another vote for PSS9's, love mine!
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I've put 30k miles on my Megan Tracks without issues. Also, I got them used for $600 with about 20k on them beforehand. I've had people say the tracks ride better than stock.
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