Posted 17 September 2010 - 09:44 PM
TsTKl, on 16 September 2010 - 11:42 PM, said:
i googled and found them at a couple places I've never heard of for 975ish, which is the price d2's go for for most other cars they make coilovers for so that sounds about right.
seriously people who gives a s*** how low the can go, all that matters is if they can handle well. I'm sure they can go lower than you would want to drive the car with,.. some people these days...
anyone autocrossed these yet or anything? I'm interested in how the handling is improved on flat pavement.
does this work with both shp and non shp spindles? I have no idea if they are the same outer diameter or not, wanted to make sure before I bought a set.
I intend on autocrossing my set, but I haven't installed them yet. Been waiting on trying to procure some flat body front strut housings.
What's the fun in making something simple?
'87 TSI - StarOrion braided brake lines, StarOrion radiator, StarOrion alternator, StarOrion 2.5" stainless exhaust w/Magnaflow muffler, 1G MAS, Competition Clutch 15 lb flywheel, Competition Clutch Stage 4 clutch, Mookeh polyurethane bushings, ABS elimination, 8:1 Wiseco Pistons, TD05 14G turbocharger, Axiss ceramic rear brake pages, Hawk HP+ front pads, heat wrapped and ported exhaust manifold/turbine housing, Accusump oil accumulator, remote oil filter, NJV head, EVO intercooler, remote battery, D2 coil over struts, flatty front struts and control arms, 8" non-SHP wheels all four corners, 12.75"x1.25" front rotors with 4 pot Wilwood calipers, manual brakes using dual master cylinders and balance bar, gutted (deleted) brake proportioning valve and modified steering pump speed sensitive valve.