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Old 01-25-2011   #41
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Re: 6thgen Official Suspension Upgrades

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Yo Eddy good looks on the lesson for today !!! Cuz i'm curious on the setup i'm gona go wit ...even though i dont have a 6th , (5thgen max) I'm gona go wit coils ... but still unsure between Ksport , Tein or Bc Coilovers ...
BC is the way to go now a days. Best bang for the buck.
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ed wussp manigota quickquestion.....where thehell is the back suspension located at on a 6thgen tryna adjust coilovers on theback...justcant find them shits
The rear is separated between the springs and strut. Its not like a 1-piece coilover system.
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Re: 6thgen Official Suspension Upgrades

^^^^looking fresh...going to get my rear sway bar soon and now thinking about getting the front/rear endlinks!...good write up +1
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Re: 6thgen Official Suspension Upgrades

how much do front/rear endlinks help ??


also what is different between them .... i want to racingline and saw 3 different choices ... is it just the type of finish ?


and cost to install a front sway bar... estimate ..
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how much do front/rear endlinks help ??


also what is different between them .... i want to racingline and saw 3 different choices ... is it just the type of finish ?


and cost to install a front sway bar... estimate ..
Honestly.... not much.

Rear sway bar is where you'll see the most improvement. Easy to install and great price.

As for the front bar, you need to lower the subframe and the labor for that is more involved. Just do the rear with lowering springs and you'll be good.
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Re: 6thgen Official Suspension Upgrades

^^^^^

ok i do have a progress rear sway bar, GR-2 shocks eibach springs, racingline strut bar .. and since my passenger front endlink broke i was thinking about going to racingline...

and yea i have heard .. front is more involved to install.... still decicding if i should get it or not ....
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ok i do have a progress rear sway bar, GR-2 shocks eibach springs, racingline strut bar .. and since my passenger front endlink broke i was thinking about going to racingline...

and yea i have heard .. front is more involved to install.... still decicding if i should get it or not ....
Racingline are good but sometimes a hit and miss as they can break also.
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Re: 6thgen Official Suspension Upgrades

Great info!!!!!!!!!
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