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Lightbulb Raceland Coilovers?

Hello all,
I made this thread to see how many people would purchase raceland coilovers if they made them. Most of there applications msrp around $480. great price and very affordable. I contacted them and they said they will add it to their list and im just trying to push them to make this good affordable coilover for all us alti owners.
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i tried before. but i doubt we can get enough interest.

also i read on e46fanatics that the quality is "you get what you pay for"

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damn those are super cheap. if i had a vw or somethin', i'd buy those just because on the site says $309, and that goes for mercedes benz and bmw's! i love how they come with helper springs.


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hell for that price Id be in...
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thats what im saying people are always complaining on prices of coils. now at this price its cheaper then springs and shocks am i right? hope more people realize what we could have

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yea bout how is the ride
the ride is more important than being low
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listen when it come to coils nothing rides great thats how its meant to be no coil rides smooth there all pretty stiff. all my friends with vw have them and the ride like a coilover and handle pretty good

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I know for coils nothing rides great but the cheap shit ride terrible to why the hell bother
my ass is bleeding

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I fully understand. However some do not worry about this as to they don't care. imo i really don't care if it rides good, all i care does it handle thats what i want them for besides it keeps you up and alert lol. Their not that bad your thinking the worst and thats alright but for 3-4 hundo i would take them in a heartbeat

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if my Tein SS coils weren't so low, I can ride those things better than stock!

For around 400, i don't think it'd come with adjustable damper. But the option of adjustable ride height is pretty good for that price. Especially since you'll spend near that for a set of springs anyways and they'll be a rough ride.



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I hear ya alti-kid and agree with ya
even if they are so stiff that your ass bleeds THEYRE COILS
if you want softness you will keep your car stock

coils FTW
you buy them for performance and adjustability
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you can have a good ride with coils the cheap stuff will make your car shit is what i'm saying.

you get what you pay for.

just want to know how are they. specs?

my s14 is slammed i know what its like, you dont wanna be bottoming out everywhere and since the alti is a bigger car better have decent dampening

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i'd buy them


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