Car has been put back to stock to be handed to the pregnant wife. Therefore I have no interest in dumping more cash into this car or rebuilding these to sell them.
I got this setup last summer used from another member on the board with about 20k miles. I put another 5k miles on them and at this point they should be rebuilt. These are excellent quality coilovers and you may notice the rear setup does not require your OEM top hats. As far as drop goes, they go lower than our cars physically can drop. I ran them about 50% of the possible drop. I ran low enough to wear our one of my rear drive axles and 4 degrees of camber in the rear. Passnu2 (Mike) helped me with the installs and will hopefully peak in here to mention HOW much these can drop your car. There aren't many JIC setup's out there as JIC Japan has gone out of business. JIC USA is still producing and servicing their product line. Before I knew there would be an addition to the family I intended on having these rebuilt and below you will find some information from JIC on this. This setup cost $2700 brand new.
You will receive the lowering tools, a dampening adjustment tool and the front/rear coilovers.
You must be prepared to have these rebuilt.
From: JIC Service [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 10:48 AM
To: Greenberg, Derek [CON]
Subject: RE: Rebuild Coilover
Rebuild rate will be $180 per damper. We recommend doing them in pairs so if you have one front done we recommend doing both fronts so they are even left and right. That is bare damper only price so please remove the upper mounts, lower mounts and springs before shipping them in. All of the rebuild information can be found under the support center on our website. Please fill out an RMA request under the support center before you ship in your dampers.