Hey, sorry I haven't been on in a while, been preoccupied with all the holidays and birthdays recently. I haven't even had time to do stuff I've been wanting to do (putting together the struts). You COULD use OEM struts + UAS bags and go that route. HOWEVER, your struts will go kaboom a lot quicker vs just using aftermarket struts . I'm somewhat of a perfectionist, if something has to be done, it has to be done 100% and done the right way, no matter how long it takes
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tell me about it passnu, every night when i park the car, i walk out and the box is right there right next to me.... sometimes, i get the urge to take the two packages i received and run upstairs to assemble it like a boy who got his train set
lol Im going to call Santa and send him over to help you get this done
You need to! I'm one or two months away (whenever tax money comes back) to finishing up the install, my factory shocks (currently at 80k+) is starting to feel iffy on me, and my tires have been getting chopped lately instead of cambered, i'm trying to sort this problem out with lexus before i swap out the struts, may be a deeper problem
Originally Posted by DTRUONG
Keeping an eye out on this, Im in the same boat right now and UAS sounds like the option to go with.
I'm almost done dude, just gotta get the tank and the rest of the setup going and it's installation time Stay tuned as I haven't really touched the suspension much ever since.
Originally Posted by swtjlsy
UAS does nice work how much did they charge you to mod the rear coilovers
Hmm... Good question, looking back at the database it was $1300 complete with modifications, bags, and valves. All that is left to do is to mate these coilovers with a nice set of compressors tanks etc.. If you like the price, PM me and I can forward you to the guy who took care of EVERYTHING from A-Z for me on the suspension.
Originally Posted by timtem
nice can't wait to see this done. mike did the install on my car
Wish mike was around to do my install to I've been iffy about letting people around the Orlando, FL area do the work.... HAVE to find someone to trust
Originally Posted by passnu2
time for some pics
I haven't finished yet my good sir LOL! Unless u mean timtem
unfortunately, no.... i'm a bit sad over it but it's whatever, everytime i start to save up for the additional bagged suspension something either family-wise or something else that breaks down on me comes up. HOPEFULLY, by the end of the year i'll have it finished... It's annoying having the coilovers sit in the box with no play from day 1.
this is an awesome build.. i've def bookmarked this. and im glad to hear that the package came so neat.. I love extra attention to detail when things need to get ship. I know lots of companies that just through there **** in the box and tape it up.. i'm still looking into suspension setups and i'll be follow lots of stories to here different experiences and XxGoKoUxX yours is a good one to start with!