I was/am debating these coilovers. The price is pretty good but I have no idea about how they ride.
As for the body kit being made of fiberglass. All the available kits for the SC are made out of fiberglass. Well, I think I saw 1 relatively unknown kit made of poly-urethane. AC, T&E, Bomex, etc are all fiberglass.
Bomex kit is ~1300$
'07 IS250 AWD: [F1 Tint] [GFX] [Full F-Sport Suspension] [Tourmaline Wheels] [JoeZ Intake] [L-Tuned/Figs Rear Brace]
'95 SC400: gone [JIC Magic Kit] [Altstadt IV Wheels] [ECU + NOS Mod]
MD / Vist CO
You should search around and take a look a some people's suspensions here. There are reasons not to get some coil-overs and some who just buy coilovers and never adjust them once they find a good spot they like. Most people here go for the TEINs or HKS setup if they want real coilovers with good quality. Others who use Eibachs etc... want simple quality and ride comfort that a linear spring in a coilover cannot provide.
I see what your saying. I should have also taken into account that many of these cars are not raced where the true coilover setups such as tein, hks and jic will be very valuable. I have tanabe sustec pro ss on my teg and I love them. they have adjustable dampening and coils built into one. they are not much more expensive than an eibach/agx combo yet far exceed the performance.
I've seen very few people on here who have true coilovers in there sc but many threads on eibachs.
bomex is only 1300? wow I thought I saw a post saying it was 3000.