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Old 07-21-2013, 01:48 AM
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Hey guys. I'm doing a complete rebuild on a prelude I just bought. I want to lower it and not just use springs to do so. It will be my sons daily driver but I want lowered. What is the recommend/suggested coilover package. This car will never see the track. Street use only and he 17 so he better not be getting on it. I don't think I need Dampering adjustments. So the big question. What has people used for just daily driving which I can lower the car. I do want adjustable. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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Re: suggested coilovers

megan racing ez street
tien street basis
bc racing coilovers
gc koni yellows
etc, etc
just search it up, there is a group buy on here for bc racing coilovers, just do some searching, and reading through threads that were already posted... theres tons of info on coilovers on here. also look through members rides threads on here to see what everyone else uses. its all about personal preference, and price. ride quality is going to differ from brand to brand, but there are other ways to improve ride quality.

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smaller rim size, like 15s, with thicker tires, you will feel less imperfections in the road, but when going from stock to coilovers, its going to be a rougher ride regardless

hope this helps you, but your best friend will be the search button on here, or even just google.
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