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Old 08-26-2009, 11:12 PM   #1
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Suspension..

Hey guys im just wondering whats the best type of suspension...
To have just normal lowering springs onto the stock strut?
To buy sleeve coilovers
or to buy full coilovers( not much money at the moment for these tho)

Ive got an 96 acura integra ls, help me with some brands too plz
Thanx A lot !
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ooops sorry guys i just noticed the suspension section
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Old 09-03-2009, 06:25 PM   #3
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name ur budget than name ur suspension


simple like that
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Old 09-04-2009, 11:19 AM   #4
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hey man you know what, i actually ended up getting some sleeve coilovers for now. They are pretty good, i had the car way too low in the beginning so they were bouncy as hell so i raised it. But its alright now, kinda scary tho cuz i bottomed out the shocks a few times lol i dont want them to blow :S....but anyways im selling my car soon to buy another integ and saving for some full coilovers, ive been looking at skunk2 pro s...what do you think of those? ive heard good and bad
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i say TEIN, but they rust

therefore i say KW or nth

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Ok cool, well I look those up cuz I'm fairly new at this.
Thanx a lot for your help man
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a lifetime warranty comes in handy. h&r offers it. dunno about teins...
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Yeah, as said before, a lot depends on your budget. But there are a lot of good options that won't blow your bank account.

Although it's tough to beat a full coilover set up, you can always buy a set of lowering springs as well as a decent set of shock/struts. This is what I did. I went with an H&R spring, and the KYB AGX adjustable shocks. I'm happy with the set up, and the cost was quite a bit less than a full coilover.

However, next time I'm going to go with a full coilover set, most likely H&R It's definately nice to have the option to raise and lower your car as you want to. Good luck!
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