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Old 01-29-2010, 02:52 PM
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Tax return time is here and I'm about to pull the trigger on coilovers looking for some help from some track jonkies. I'm a bilstein dealer so I can get a great deal on pss9s but I'll be doing alot of trackdays this year at VIR and CMP. It's not my dd but I drive it on the street on weekends and ocasionally to work. I'm not sure the bilsteins are right for me I've searched and searched and everything I read is their more street orientated. But others love them?? And I'm having trouble finding any reviews from resently it's all a few years old. I know many people will say kw v3 but I'm trying to keep the budget under the 1500 mark. What about konis with GC coilsover sleeves will that do the trick?? Buddy clubs the new challenge coilovers and ARK. Just so many options and I'm not sure what decision to make. Any advise would be well appreciated. The handeling is the reason I picked this car and I don't wana ruin it by putting on 700 coilovers. Not that their bad just not what I'm looking for. Thanks nickp
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Will Bilstein valve the pss9's for stiffer springs for you?
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hmm im not sure were an authorized dealer i just dont know how to even go about that ill have to call on monday what springs would i run? eibach springs? i kmow they make what ever spring rate you want for coilovers cause iv gotten them for offroad coilovers.
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You need to get the Challenge Comp Coilovers from GT motoring. You can order the Springs to your specs. And the Standard Comp model is within your budget. If you can stretch it, the Comp + Model offers more damping range, and lighter weight from the aluminum shock bodies.

There is a review in the "Racing" forum on these.
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^^ thanks man heading their now to read the review
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