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Old Jun 13, 2017, 11:44 PM   #1
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Apexi N1 Evolution coilovers vs Ohlins Road and Track

Hey guys! I'm finally upgrading my suspension and I'm torn between the Apexi N1 Evolution and Ohlins Road and Track. I read a lot of good things about Ohlins but I want to keep the stock ride height (something the N1 Evolutions can do). Can I still keep my stock ride height with the Ohlins And if anybody has any input on the Apexi N1 Evolutions I'd greatly appreciate it Thanks
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Old Jun 20, 2017, 11:35 AM   #2
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The ohlins will, at minimum, drop the car I think 10-15mm, I don't remember the exact number. But at worst, you're looking at minimum drop of 5/8", which isn't much.
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Old Jun 20, 2017, 12:10 PM   #3
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You're right 5/8" isn't much, but that's still too low for my car. I have the aero kit without the rubber lip (had to fix it way too much) and the roads where I drive daily have dips between every other street. Some aren't dips either, they're canyons. Not to mention, my driveway entrance is a PITA!! The angle of my car has to line up perfectly with the rising sun of the spring equinox in order for me to make it up the driveway without scraping. That's why I don't want to lower it even a little.
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