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Lowering springs: Tein vs RSR

Old 12-18-18, 11:18 AM
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Default Lowering springs: Tein vs RSR

Any experience with either? Different rates for each set, with the RSR being stiffer. It appears the Tein set drop the car 1.2" the front and 1.0" there rear, where as the RSR drop 1.0" in the front and 1.2" in the rear, according to the specs I've seen.
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I purchased the set, but I haven't installed them yet. I'm still waiting to get all my parts and install everything in one shot. I personally wanted to wait for RS-R to come out with their springs, as I've had very good experience with them in my previous vehicles.
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Why not just buy coil overs or air bags for a 100k plus car?
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Old 12-22-18, 01:10 PM
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I'd say RSR..


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I would agree with Meraki, def get RS-R coilovers. I'm not a personal fan of bags unless they are stock. but I've had a bad experience with them so I'm different.
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