Reviewed By David S (WOODBRIDGE, VA) Reviewed for a 2003 Volkswagen GTI —3/18/2015 4:40 AM
Got the ones for a gti ... They are slightly lowering springs but its a good drop not to much or too little
Reviewed By Ben S (Niceville, FL) Reviewed for a 2000 Honda Accord —11/5/2014 11:28 PM
Great value and easy installation. I was quoted $750.00 for install from local mechanic but I looked on you tube and did it myself. Anyone can install this product and save a lot of money. The car handles great now and looks even better. With an accord there is no need for extra camber purchase either, only an alignment. The only thing I recommend is new sway bar end links. Moog is the best and you can get all 4 online for about $100.00.
Reviewed By John W (Southport, CT) Reviewed for a 2013 Audi S5 —8/19/2014 4:44 AM
Bought these for my '93 911 as the stock ride height was too high and the car moved around more than expected at higher speeds. These coilovers are adjustable so the set up is left to the user to determine ( track or street). The nice thing is having the option to adjust the way you want. My set up is for the street and the car is very compliant yet sticks like glue without body roll. Look is excellent and will push harder over the next month or so.
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