If your roads are horrible, you may want to think of your comfort first before going the coilover route.
May want to order the applicable nuts and bolts.
The roads aren't too bad. I'll definitely look into replacing worn bolts. Or at least the critical ones
I just put Kw v3 in and I love them.
My car is stock right now and doesn't see the track. Maybe in the future.
The drawbacks are that the ride is little bit harder, the subframe bushings are making noise and there is some squeaking from the poly bushings.
And the most important is tires. They are the only thing connecting a 4000lb car to the road.
I'm getting most of those bushings but I'll look into the others.
I'm looking for a good shock/strut spring combo but the adjust-ability from coilovers that I preferred was the height one.
I want to build my car except I'm starting with handling/suspension because I don't want to void a warranty I purchased when I financed the car. So eventually I'm going to need to adjust the ride to fit a wider rim thus my preference for the height adjust-ability.
See my posts under 'new suspension'.
Saw it. Seems solid. I also want to lower my car though.
I have BC racing ER coilovers
For a great setup around $2000, I would recommend BC racing BR coilovers, polyurethane upper strut mount, polyurethane radius rod bushings (fwd and aft) and a set of the hotchkis swaybars
This setup will make your car feel more expensive.
Is there much difference between the two? ER/BR
I was leaning towards a set up like this. Will the sways add much difference over stock? I was also getting a short shifter but.. damn so many things not enough, $$
How's the whiteline diff. bush. install? I tried installing a prothane one a couple months back and it wouldn't go in. I returned it.