Coilovers

Discussion in 'Suspension and Brakes' started by RonBurgandy, Oct 19, 2014.

  1. RonBurgandy

    RonBurgandy Active Member

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    Anyone running coilovers on lakewood shocks/struts?


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    mcglsr2 Well-Known Member SN95 Supporter

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    In my readings, I saw that Lakewood doesn't recommend using coilovers on their shocks/struts anymore. I'm not a drag person so this info needs to be double checked. I have heard good things about Strange shocks/struts though, and I do believe they support coilover applications. However, I could be wrong... :).
     
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    Yeah I was looking at lakewood and strange.

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    Strange has a pretty good setup with coilovers and shocks and not too expensive. I've read pretty good things about them unlike the UPR where it seems to be a love or hate thing.
     
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    I have Strange on the front of mine and I can vouch for them. They have gone the whole nine yards in my stance build.
     
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    if your looking for performance check out ridetech.
     
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    Well I want to set up for drag racing. But when I'm not racing slam it. Anything is better than the cut stock springs I have. I can always spend a few minutes to raise them up and when I figure out where they work best I can mark them so I always know where to set them at the strip

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