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Old 02-07-2013, 05:48 PM
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raceland coilovers

Did a search but couldnt find anything. Has anybody ever heard of this company or have any info or experience with them?
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i was wondering the same thing. checked on them and found a couple threads from other car owners about them.





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you should pepper the angus.


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Interesting for a moneysaver. I've only known of these from this thread. For G35, I trial shopcarted the website the kit & totals $527 to your door.
Spring rate (linear type) are same as other low cost kits. Front 700 lb/ in, Rear 400 lb / in.
I guess it is respectable quality for G35 at this price similar to the ebay" racing first" that I've run for 2 years without issue.
OP or someonelse are you planning to buy and review?
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Interesting for a moneysaver. I've only known of these from this thread. For G35, I trial shopcarted the website the kit & totals $527 to your door.
Spring rate (linear type) are same as other low cost kits. Front 700 lb/ in, Rear 400 lb / in.
I guess it is respectable quality for G35 at this price similar to the ebay" racing first" that I've run for 2 years without issue.
OP or someonelse are you planning to buy and review?
They dont look bad. I was going to save my marbles and purchase from a more known, respected and tested company but I think curiosity is getting the best of me. I might grab a set and see how they do. If I go that route I will be sure to make a review thread.
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I'm interested in this as well. I have a few friends with different cars that have these and they say nothing but good things. Let us know how it turns out!
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why do you want them? what are you looking for out of shocks/springs?

will they lower your car? yes. will they improve your handling? probably not.
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Raceland stuff is Okay at best. They're huge in the volkswagen world for being easy coils that go low. My experience with them in Mk4 Jettas and Golfs is mediocre. They don't ride great and the build quality is kinda wack.

You get what you pay for with these...
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Not gonna lie, from the looks standpoint they look to be better designed than the MDU's lol..there's a pretty detailed open box review on my350z
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My girlfriend just purchased these for me . Cant open them until father's day but Ive been reading reviews and 2 of my buddies have them and they ride just fine . I'll be installing these myself and ill be back to let you know how they ride!
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I'm going to say you get what you pay for as Blain said. Basically, these coilovers, they'll do the job and get you low. You won't complain about ride height because of the the price, but it's not gonna be all that good and you won't know the difference unless you buy an actually good set of coilovers and you'll realize how crappy these are. At first it'll see the same, but when you pay attention to rebound, comfort, and build quality, you'll realize they're crap. You're really better off buying used coils that are much better from someone that is reputable (if you're really worried about your money and want to save instead of buying new). Trust me it's not worth buying something that is partial junk.

I had MDU's in the front just to get low. I sacrificed being low for comfort by going to springs. You're better off going that route over these coils. Eventually you will run into issues, it won't be worth fixing, and you'll have paid the same or more to replace.
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I'm going to say you get what you pay for as Blain said. Basically, these coilovers, they'll do the job and get you low. You won't complain about ride height because of the the price, but it's not gonna be all that good and you won't know the difference unless you buy an actually good set of coilovers and you'll realize how crappy these are. At first it'll see the same, but when you pay attention to rebound, comfort, and build quality, you'll realize they're crap. You're really better off buying used coils that are much better from someone that is reputable (if you're really worried about your money and want to save instead of buying new). Trust me it's not worth buying something that is partial junk.

I had MDU's in the front just to get low. I sacrificed being low for comfort by going to springs. You're better off going that route over these coils. Eventually you will run into issues, it won't be worth fixing, and you'll have paid the same or more to replace.
This man speaks the truth. If you want to just go slammed then sure it will do the job, it will also ride and handle like poo, but if you're all looks and cheap then it will do the job. But then again you might as well mod a civic to do the same thing...
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So I installed the coilovers dropped it. Man these things can go LOW. haven't bottomed out and I'm tucking on 20s and 35series tires. Rides smooth just took a trip to NYC from Rochester and I can still say they ride well. No crazy bounce and a comfortable ride the whole way. I don't know about you guys but its going well for me. Maybe in the long run it'll haunt me but I didn't expect 400$ worth to be amazing. Overall I'm happy with my girlfriend purchasing these for me. No remorse (: also I have 3 other friends riding on these

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