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Old 11-30-2013, 01:40 PM
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Is anyone running Megan Ez Street coilovers?... I was thinking about buying them, but I was wondering how the ride is and how low they can go.
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Is anyone running Megan Ez Street coilovers?... I was thinking about buying them, but I was wondering how the ride is and how low they can go.
I have them and you know for the price I like them. The ride is decent I would say not as bouncy or rough as I thought I would be but I have everything set soft. I don't know how low you can get them though cause I'm waiting on camber arms for the rear so I don't have terrible wear on the tires. So if your on a budget and want you car low I would do it. I will tell you this though if you have the patience to save up some more for a better set from what I see and hear it could be worth it.
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Im running the Ez Street on mine they say they go 3" but idk I guess they kinda do considering how big the wheel gap is. I have them set to kinda stiff and I dropped them as low as it can go in the front and i still have like 1/4" inch maybe more to go lower in the back. Im running 18x 8.75" rim it closed the wheel gap by a lot but i wish it could go lower. Over all they are really good imo.
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Oh and as for the camber you dont have to worry its not bad at all i didnt even need the camber kit
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I was looking at these today and just wondering if it would be better to give these a try or for the same roughly the same cost keep my Tein Stechs with possibly the Koni STR T(less), Yellows or FSD. Not really concerned with going alot lower, just want what would handle better for the money. Obviously the adjustability of the coil overs a big plus. Any thoughts? Springs coming need new projects..
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I was looking at these today and just wondering if it would be better to give these a try or for the same roughly the same cost keep my Tein Stechs with possibly the Koni STR T(less), Yellows or FSD. Not really concerned with going alot lower, just want what would handle better for the money. Obviously the adjustability of the coil overs a big plus. Any thoughts? Springs coming need new projects..
Honestly if you aren't concerned with going any lower I would do the konis.
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