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Old 03-01-2011, 12:42 PM
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F&F type 2 vs D2 RS coilovers

Yes, another coilover debate. After a lot of research I've narrowed it down to these two coilovers for my 96 prelude. I'm looking for a nice drop and also performance. Not looking to track it, just for some "spirited driving" and a canyon runs in the long term. I currently have eibachs installed with stock struts and that gave me about a little over 1 inch in the front and back (rough estimate), but I prefer to go lower. Any opinions and input would help. Thanks!
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Re: F&F type 2 vs D2 RS coilovers

my 240sx has d2 full coils. i love em. my exhaust piping is 1"off the ground and i still have room to go lower. its a very stiff ride as well. which i like.
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Re: F&F type 2 vs D2 RS coilovers

did u chek out the tanabe? i'm looking foward for those..
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