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Old 08-14-2012, 08:23 AM
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tokiko blue's

98 base. i already have tokiko blues what im wondering is would skunk2 or some other type of coil over work or should i just buy a set of FFs. i wanted to check if mismatching parts was ok before i mess something up
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Re: tokiko blue's

i am running the blues with the Eibach Pro Kit. i love it the drop looks great amd the ride is also great. Also the Eibachs are a progressive spring which the stock springs are also progressive. So it all depends on how much of a drop you are looking for.

The Skunk2 drop ia pretty low and you will lose some handleing. It is more of a looks drop as well as the Eibach Sportlines. If you are looking to slam it go a good set of coil-overs.Stay away from Racelands.Good luck
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Re: tokiko blue's

I would go with a coilover setup vs a spring and shock setup. The spring/shock setup is cheaper but I've priced out a decent set and it came near damn close to the cost of some Form and function coilovers. Bad thing is with the springs your stuck at that height you can't go high or lower and with coilovers you can,
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I would go with a coilover setup vs a spring and shock setup. The spring/shock setup is cheaper but I've priced out a decent set and it came near damn close to the cost of some Form and function coilovers. Bad thing is with the springs your stuck at that height you can't go high or lower and with coilovers you can,
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