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coilovers

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hey all. ive never done coils till i got my z now i want some so who better to ask then all of you. what would you recommend like brand price etc.

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why bc? like what makes them better then the rest :)

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One of the cheapest branded coilover

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Have used BC coilovers on multiple cars, good price/performance

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Also forgot about ISC N1 coilovers same price as BC coilovers atm

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They as decent as the bc's?

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yeah..more or less the same but ISC is usually a bit more expensive (they have a special on atm so its the same price as BC) and you can custom the spring rates for no charge (according to there website) if you wanted

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Tein Flex Z is approx. $1200 or less shipped to your door. I used Tein Street Flex in a Subaru and I loved it. I might be getting another set of Tein coil-overs for the Z myself. Talk to Jesse G. Streeter.

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hey all. ive never done coils till i got my z now i want some so who better to ask then all of you. what would you recommend like brand price etc.

 

Are you using your Z for trackdays or just a daily cruise or bit of a spirited drive on weekends? Also is there a budget that you are looking at?

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More just street use but possible track. Budget really isn't an issue but i don't want to pay some god amount

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MCA Suspension, blue or red series - excellent equipment - local support

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More just street use but possible track. Budget really isn't an issue but i don't want to pay some god amount

 

If it is only the odd trackdays like 1-2 times a year and mainly just for street riding, I would also recommend MCA's Blue Series.

 

Red Series is a little over for your purpose as those have valving that's more tailored to circuit use, mind you they are still very street comfy friendly but if you not going to fully utilising it, I would use the spare cash on else where like camber arms.

 

MCA Suspension, blue or red series - excellent equipment - local support

 

 

Totally agree :) Our MCA Reds are still serving us very well. How's your build coming along, Martin?

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Thankyou:) how much roughly are the blue series ?

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