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Im thinking of getting some coilovers, im a daily driver so high performance is not a necessity but good quality is important... Any threads or recommendations?

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I'm daily driving on Ksport kontrol pros, they ride nicely but you do have to get a bit creative with setting them up, they seem to be the only coilovers for the xb2 that don't have a dedicated mount for the brake line and speed sensor wire.
 

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I'm daily driving on Ksport kontrol pros, they ride nicely but you do have to get a bit creative with setting them up, they seem to be the only coilovers for the xb2 that don't have a dedicated mount for the brake line and speed sensor wire.
thanks for that info!
 

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i've been driving on Cusco's for a few weeks now and they have been great. you need to re-use your stock top hats with those.
You just had to rub that in my face, didn't you? :boxing: :)

The Megan coilovers also have the brake and wire mount, plus the swaybar endlink mount is built into the lower mount of the coilover. The KSport is all seperate. The Megans and D2BDs will be much easier to setup and get you going.
I've been running the KSports for almost two years now. I really like them but have them set pretty stiff.
 

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^lol sorry severed. to rub it in even more, the Cuscos also have all that posted above.
But, the bad news is that these coils run a little more than ksport/megan/D2BD and the like.
meaning price range?
 

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I am new to the all this suspension stuff, I am more of a body and interior fabricator but when you guys say "stiff" that means that you have less of a cushion and more of a hopping/jerking ride on the road or over bumps, correct?
 

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I am new to the all this suspension stuff, I am more of a body and interior fabricator but when you guys say "stiff" that means that you have less of a cushion and more of a hopping/jerking ride on the road or over bumps, correct?
that would be correct... which coils are more made for tracks than your average daily driving so yea, you will have a stiff ride but bumpy when you come across "bumpy roads" so you just have to be extra careful.
 

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running on tanabe df's springs , just want it a little more lower than this...
 
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