where can I buy the tanabe super down springs?? I always wanted to try those...isn't the drop like 2 inches???integralsWFO said:Does anyone besides me like the Tanabe Down Procedos'
I recommend getting Tein...honestly man...get teins. you can get them for 950 or 1050 depending on what model you want. those are the price for a prelude...not a different car...which will be even cheaperPez said:Is the Tanbe Sustec Pro suspension a good buy? Or can youget the same thing out of buying Koni's with Ground Control? People tell me it's the same for less money. What do you think?
Hmm... In my mind that's sorta like comparing apples 'n' apples. Or more specifically Golden Delicious 'n' Granny Smith. They're both delicious, but they taste quite different . Don't get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with Koni's and GC's, or Koni's and Eibachs (or whatever), but I don't think they're that comparable to a true full blown coilver systems like the Tanabes or Teins or Zeals (or whatever)... I do own a set of Tanabe Sustec Pro S-S's so I am certainly a bit biased.Pez said:Is the Tanbe Sustec Pro suspension a good buy? Or can youget the same thing out of buying Koni's with Ground Control? People tell me it's the same for less money. What do you think?
that's tight, thanks for the info.....i was a little worried about the ride quality, simply 'cuz i haven't seen many people with them.Gregholio said:Breakbeatteg i have the Super H on my car and ther damn good riding springs, not bumpy like most of em.