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Old 09-28-2013, 07:42 PM
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Selling Wings West | Strut Bar | Euro Cluster

Add cost of shipping to all prices.

Custom Strut Bar I purchased from Monty. $40 + shipping





A few pics of it mounted on Monty's car.




Wings West Typ W Rear Lip: $95 local pickup





Pics of the same type of lip on Keychain's sedan:





And a few of the lip on Adam's Coupe (requires modification):





Euro Gauge Cluster Bezel: $20 + shipping

I'll spray paint it gloss black for $30 + shipping




J30A1 Engine and Transmission: $500 local pick up
-220k. Runs strong. No leaks. Chipped ECU. Rebuilt tranny at 180k, according to previous owner. I have videos of it running that I'd rather not post. lol This will be local pickup anyway.







Powder Coated Drag Wheels 18x9: Tires have good tread. [SOLD]









OEM Sedan Mud Guards. (SOLD)



Type R Replica Sedan front lip: [SOLD]



I also purchased these Depo Red and Clear Taillights. They've yet to be pulled out of their original boxes. (SOLD)





Teins Street Basis Coilovers (Sold)- I've had them for almost five months. About 5,000 miles on them. I'll have pics as soon as I take them off the car.

I made sure to take care of them; I cleaned the threads whenever I washed my car.


As for how low they go: 2.9" front and 3.1" rear.



Eibach Sportline Springs (Sold)-had them on for nine months and put around 7,000 miles on them.



Function and Form Type II Coilovers: [SOLD]

Had them on for a year and around 10,000 miles







Already boxed and ready to go in the BC Racing Coilovers box.


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Old 09-28-2013, 08:30 PM
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Re: Tein Street Basis Coilovers/ Eibach Sportlines.

i may be interested.
i'm looking for coilovers myself but seeing there's 3 sets for sale up here atm, i know nothing about coilovers. maybe you could tell me the pros and cons between yours and others?

K sport coil overs
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Old 09-28-2013, 08:31 PM
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Re: Tein Street Basis Coilovers/ Eibach Sportlines.

All of those go lower than Tein's. These will give you about a 3" drop and a more comfortable ride. I think those Ksports are already sold, by the way. It really comes down to what you want to do with your ride.

With these you don't have to worry about a preload. They're tapered, so no worries there.

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Re: Tein Street Basis Coilovers/ Eibach Sportlines.

this is probably a dumb question (as i don't know much about coilovers either), but what are the differences between these and tein super street or street advanced
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Re: Tein Street Basis Coilovers/ Eibach Sportlines.

the basis don't have the dampening adjustment. Other then that I think the height and spring rates are the same as the Tein SS.
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Re: Tein Street Basis Coilovers/ Eibach Sportlines.

Are the Eibachs for 4 or 6cyl?
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Old 09-29-2013, 11:21 AM
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Re: Tein Street Basis Coilovers/ Eibach Sportlines.

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Are the Eibachs for 4 or 6cyl?
Good point. 4 cyl sedan. I see you have a V6 coupe, unless you're buying them for someone else. lol

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Re: Tein Street Basis Coilovers/ Eibach Sportlines.

You can still put them on a V6. It just might be a little soft and sit lower.
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DAMN. Lol.
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Re: Tein Street Basis Coilovers/ Eibach Sportlines.

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