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Old Apr 12, 2007, 02:51 AM
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i think it opens up new and more possibilities for our suspension setups. Sure the weights are off but with adjustable heights and spring rates i'm sure there is some way to tune each one to suit our cars.
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I don't see much benefit in using evo coilovers when there are coilovers already offered for the lancer. besides having much more variety, and perhaps some nicer control arms, how would this benefit someone who could just get tein ss for their lancer?
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Old Apr 15, 2007, 03:22 PM
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Originally Posted by mtags24 View Post
I don't see much benefit in using evo coilovers when there are coilovers already offered for the lancer. besides having much more variety, and perhaps some nicer control arms, how would this benefit someone who could just get tein ss for their lancer?
because not all coilovers are the same. some are stiffer than others, some have higher spring rates, some handle much better than others... thats like saying, why buy an evo when you can just buy a lancer???
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Originally Posted by petey pab View Post
because not all coilovers are the same. some are stiffer than others, some have higher spring rates, some handle much better than others... thats like saying, why buy an evo when you can just buy a lancer???
that's a good point. i understand the improved variety aspect of it. I just don't see it justifying the cost and work unless someone is really really serious about tweaking their suspension to the limits further than tein, nex etc.
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Old Apr 15, 2007, 06:25 PM
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Tein sells upgrade springs for their kits so really there's no need to upgrade anything to the Evo suspension.
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Originally Posted by Evo666 View Post
The only thing I've seen is the rear lower trailing arm
Someone imported this from Taiwan.
Not sure if this will fit you guys
I have had these in stock for well over 12 months now available in silver and blue
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