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      01-17-2013, 03:59 PM   #45
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These arent listed anymore. Call Raceland UK and they may be able to send you a set.. Ride is not bouncy at all after about 5000 miles. when they are cold they make some noise but they are fine. Next time I will deff go with the ST coilovers. Racelands are a good fix for blown shocks on a budget. I will never put lowering springs on my car with stock shocks again.
Id suggest BCs as well. Thats what i am going to buy.
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      01-17-2013, 05:54 PM   #46
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These arent listed anymore. Call Raceland UK and they may be able to send you a set.. Ride is not bouncy at all after about 5000 miles. when they are cold they make some noise but they are fine. Next time I will deff go with the ST coilovers. Racelands are a good fix for blown shocks on a budget. I will never put lowering springs on my car with stock shocks again.
Id suggest BCs as well. Thats what i am going to buy.
Good man. I would suggest the same dude
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      01-19-2013, 09:27 PM   #47
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I'm selling my raceland coilovers if anyones interested! PM me if you are
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I'm selling my raceland coilovers if anyones interested! PM me if you are
Why are you selling? Are they still too bouncy? How much?
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Old thread but gotta fix some miss-information...
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It should be the same amount of bounciness regardless of how low you go
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will it be less bouncy if u were to only drop the car, say an inch from factory? or is it the same no matter how high or how low u go??
yes itll loose the bounciness all together..

Cheap coilovers get stiffer and bouncier as you lower them past a certain limit usually within an inch and half of fender hitting an 18/19 inch rim..it starts getting a bit stiffer than normal.. if you raise them they feel like a firm oem ride.
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