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Old 02-04-2008, 05:56 PM
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Shock help!?!

So I just picked up some neuspeed races and thought I would have won a bid on some KYB AGX's but the person that was supposed to be bidding for me, let me down. Well, I don't want to blow all of my money on shocks and would have just the right amount to go with some cheaper, but new shocks so I was considering these http://www.autosportz.com/suspension...s_dropzone.htm not too sure how "egay" shocks would work but I was thinking about giving these a try? should I wait and just get some Koni's or no? as long as a shock can bounce efficiently in regards to the spring rate and size of the springs then I should be okay right? advice or if any of you guys have some chocks you want to sell, let me know...
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This is the only thing I have been able to find anywhere about drop zone stuff.

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well, i don't wanna worry you but i was told to stay away from dropzone and that if im going to get coilovers, to go with skunk2 or GC...which can be costly but worth it...sorry bro, wish i knew more about dropzone but maybe u could salvage it still and get some adjustable shocks? i have the KYB AGX and they work wonders on the stiffness of the suspension
But that was back in 2004.

My advice is to save some more money then go with a quality brand like KYB or Koni. Never skimp on the quality of your suspension mate. It's the only thing keeping your tyres on the road.
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exactly. this is one thing you don't want to skimp on. i'm not saying go out and get teins, but put it this way: the money i've spent on different suspension set ups, i could have gotten 3 maybe even 4 sets of teins coilovers. the kyb's or koni's will treat you well. save for them.
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