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Who uses Tanabe coilovers ? namely the Sustec Pro S-0C Type II system.

Offer upto 2.25" drop both front and rear. Will be fitting L Sportline M1 7.5x19s upfront and 8.5x19s out back.
 

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i used the pro-ss on my old car, quality suspension, you should enjoy it if you get it. if i get coilovers i would get tanabe again in a heart beat, i put 30k miles on them and they didn't even have a hiccup
 

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tanabe is good stuff

but with a maximum of only 2.25inch drop...your not gonna get that slammed look that your looking for....

double-check the tanabe's....i think they can be dropped lower
 

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ali1983khan said:
tanabe is good stuff

but with a maximum of only 2.25inch drop...your not gonna get that slammed look that your looking for....

double-check the tanabe's....i think they can be dropped lower

Thats what i was hoping someone would say!

I'll contact them direct to see which of there kits offer best drop for me and good comfort and handling.
 

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Mr_Singh said:
Who uses Tanabe coilovers ? namely the Sustec Pro S-0C Type II system.

Offer upto 2.25" drop both front and rear. Will be fitting L Sportline M1 7.5x19s upfront and 8.5x19s out back.
They used my car for the test fitment for those exact coilovers. I didn't measure the drop when they had it at the lowest point, but it looked alot lower than the 2.25". In my opinion, the coilovers are okay, but I really can't complain because they were free.
 

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