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Old 12-06-14, 12:22 AM   #1
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Default Tanabe Coilovers arrived!

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Coils are here! My wheels and coils will be installed next friday! aswell as fenders being rolled. Cant wait!
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Old 12-06-14, 07:54 AM   #2
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Excited to see pictures of the final product
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Old 12-06-14, 08:51 AM   #3
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^ ^ Yes, PICS!
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i will post pics this friday!
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looking forward to seeing pics on the car! are you going to SLAM it?
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I can't wait to see it!
I am also really interested in how the rolled fenders turn out. I am curious how they roll the part where the bumper and fender meet.
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I've got the same ones! Definitely glad I got them
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looking forward to seeing pics on the car! are you going to SLAM it?
ima go pretty damn low but for the first month or 2 im going to raise the height an inch or half an inch to get use to driving a slammed car
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I've got the same ones! Definitely glad I got them
hows the ride? comfortable/close to stock? and what size wheels you running
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hows the ride? comfortable/close to stock? and what size wheels you running
The ride is great, BUT I do rub on dips/holes in road as well as scraping on some driveways. I'm not "slammed", I have about 1.5-2 finger gap and I plan to get my fenders rolled soon. I have 18x8 wheels.

If you don't have wheels already, I would recommend going staggered front and rears so you don't need to put spacers on. I had to put 10mm on the rears.

Good luck!
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The ride is great, BUT I do rub on dips/holes in road as well as scraping on some driveways. I'm not "slammed", I have about 1.5-2 finger gap and I plan to get my fenders rolled soon. I have 18x8 wheels.

If you don't have wheels already, I would recommend going staggered front and rears so you don't need to put spacers on. I had to put 10mm on the rears.

Good luck!
I already have my wheels. Ive got a set of Work Cv201s 19x9 so hopefully it will look nice but thanks! im glad i chose the tanabes over the fortunes.
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cant wait to see them on.
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