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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-11-2010, 08:10 AM Thread Starter
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Need Some Suspension Advice Please

well right now my setup is ksport coilovers dropped about the same drop as sportlines for now. and the only thing is, is that i dont have ksport shocks, just FE1 and they are blown to **** and back

but i want a suspension set up that will take bumpy roads pretty good, i dont know if i should just keep the coilovers and upgrade the shocks to SS/TC of if i should go all out and buy SS/TC struts and shocks with pedders springs

pretty much im asking whats the setup that can take bumpy roads the best??
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Sorry man im not too familiar with suspension



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I wouldn't know either but here's a free bump lol
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thanks guys for all the help! lol
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I do what I can haha. I should ask about my HID relay harness in here too since this thread is on fire with good answers hahahahaha
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I would keep the ksports and get sstc shocks
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post #8 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-11-2010, 11:58 AM Thread Starter
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I do what I can haha. I should ask about my HID relay harness in here too since this thread is on fire with good answers hahahahaha
hell man go ahead and thread jack, i dont care
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bwaahahaha, nahhh dude. but you got one legit post now lol.
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SS/TC shocks on the back. You should be ok. The K-Sport springs are very small, but should be ok with the TC shocks.


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