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Old 07-17-2016, 01:19 AM   #1
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coilovers for integra

considering an upgrade from stock to either bc racing br coilovers or the ktuned k1 street coilovers. anyone have any reviews on them? or any other coilovers under $1500 just want something stiff and adjustable.

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I think koni yellows + GC coilovers are the best bang for your buck and should be under your budget.

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lol ran that set for years way back
pretty affordable set though i'm not sure how often these things pop up for sale in decent shape nowadays

i also ran type r suspension and i thought that was pretty good
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Personally, I ran Skunk2's and I know lots of people say junk2's but for the price that I got them for I think it was great. Rode not as stuff as some coils but really depends on what stiffness you like.
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I would pick up a set of Tein Superstreets. You listed 2 Chinese made coilovers. Both will fail quicker and be shittier than a set of Japanese coilovers. I've owned many sets of Tein from springs to full coils. Prices dropped on them too so really there is no reason not too. That or as mentioned the Ground controls with Koni's.
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