is it too soft or too stiff for daily driving? i know definitions of soft and stiff might be different depending on the person , but yeah.msumr282 said:I have the koni/H&R combo. If you are ever in east lansing, you are more than welcome to test them out. Feel free to e-mail me if you have any other questions.
the pro kits are really close to the stock spring rates, so i doubt that they are stiffer than the h&r's.rdyzz said:luciddream how much did you get those slipstreams for. what offsets are they.
I think the ebiach pro kit is stiffer than the H&R springs.
not as harsh? you probably mean not ass stiff? i dont want a ride too soft and i wouldnt mind something harder than the stock springs.NV2 said:i got that set up. deffintly a good ride, and not as harsh as the AGX/Sportline on my NA. drop is good, about a 1 finger gap.
yeah ive looked in the sticky, im looking to spend around 800 dollars on koni shocks and h&r springs.rdyzz said:the tein ss coil over have a 200 some lb spring rate up front and 400 some lb spring rate in the rear not to mentiopn tein macthed the springs together with the shocks. isn't that more than the H&R springs.
also have you tried looking in the sticky. it tells a good amount about how stiff som of these are.
well they are progressive so they arent going to feel as stiff, and the drop sucks. so yeah, im pretty much looking @ the Koni/HR combo, unless someone can convince me that the tein basics or tein ss coils are a better buy for the money.TomsMR2 said:eh? they're not.
F: 130lb/in. linear
R: 209lb/in. linear
F: 100-210lb/in. progressive, 1.0"
R: 140-303lb/in. progressive, 1.0"
thats not even close man..