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NC coilovers on a budget

Postby SimplyClean » Mon May 11, 2015 10:56 pm

I've got a >1500$ budget and am looking for a set of reliable coilovers. I want a stiffer ride (I DO track the car, but it is my DD. Looking for pretty stiff at around 8k/6k range and a 90mm drop.) I noticed the ksport kontrol coilovers on this site for under a grand, what's wrong with them? Thanks!
2007 GT PRHT 6MT
Tein S-tech springs, oem bilstein shocks, roadstersport race single, Racing beat race mid-pipe w/o pre-silencer, nrg short hub and quick release, dg motorsports lip, Exedy stage 1 racing clutch, Fidanza flywheel, aem cold air intake
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Re: NC coilovers on a budget

Postby Brian » Mon May 11, 2015 11:02 pm

Okay, but for that price range my first choice is our TEIN selections.
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Re: NC coilovers on a budget

Postby SimplyClean » Tue May 12, 2015 10:17 am

Are there any problems with the ksports? Or are the TEIN options just *better*, thanks!
2007 GT PRHT 6MT
Tein S-tech springs, oem bilstein shocks, roadstersport race single, Racing beat race mid-pipe w/o pre-silencer, nrg short hub and quick release, dg motorsports lip, Exedy stage 1 racing clutch, Fidanza flywheel, aem cold air intake
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Re: NC coilovers on a budget

Postby Brian » Tue May 12, 2015 10:37 am

Indeed I just think the latest TEIN product is more for your money.
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Re: NC coilovers on a budget

Postby njaremka » Wed May 13, 2015 5:55 am

I haven't heard of may NC owners running KSports...

Brian, how many sales of those do you receive?
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Re: NC coilovers on a budget

Postby Brian » Wed May 13, 2015 7:33 am

Just a few per year so not a lot of feedback, versus a few TEIN kits per week including customer installs that I have driven for track and autocross. Thus, I am more comfortable suggesting the TEIN kits because we have many more in use by customers and I have driven some of the installs against the clock to fast times, etc.
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Re: NC coilovers on a budget

Postby SimplyClean » Fri Jun 26, 2015 11:59 pm

Do you know the height adjustment on the ksports vs the street flexes?
2007 GT PRHT 6MT
Tein S-tech springs, oem bilstein shocks, roadstersport race single, Racing beat race mid-pipe w/o pre-silencer, nrg short hub and quick release, dg motorsports lip, Exedy stage 1 racing clutch, Fidanza flywheel, aem cold air intake
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