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Old 12-30-2007, 02:22 PM
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kyb agx or gr2

so i im not which ones to get with my eibach spring kit. the agx are about $100 more for the set. is it really worth it getting the agx or would the gr2 be fine. thanks
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agx are 4 way adjustable, the gr2's are not. basically if you like to play on the twisties or want a better suspension overall, get the agx. if you want a stock ride, get the gr2
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ok thanks i was wonderin really how the gr2 would be compared to stock. u pretty much answered all my questions thanks again
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Spend the little bit more to get the AGX's.
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well the gr2 is not really stock...its better than stock thats why they made it for those who really just want a better shock without having to worry about adjusting them...the agx are mainly used if your really goning to use them, meaning on street courses and all...if its gonna be a daily driver or drag, the gr2 would work...i use the gr2 with the skunk2 coilovers, and my car rides great...
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well i want to do some autocross in the future, so i guess ill save up and get the agx's, i dont really mind having to adjust them. i just dont want something that will be bouncy for just daily driving so i guess the agx's can be adjusted so they wont be
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