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Old 07-28-2009, 04:22 PM   #1
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Default FS: Club Sport sway, Feeler: Koni Yellow adjustable shocks, Eibach Pro-Kit springs

To the best offer: Club Sport rear sway bar (decrease understeer). I expect shipping would be at least $20 for this since it's weird and bulky. Paint has peeled off in some areas but it doesn't affect the performance of it-- it's underneath the car anyway.

If anyone is interested and will offer enough, I am thinking about getting coilovers with adjustable dampening ($$$ ), so if I do, I will be selling my Koni yellow shocks (adjustable dampening so you can have a smooth ride one day and go to an AutoX and change it on the fly there to be very firm) and Eibach Pro-Kit springs (comparable to H&R Sport [I think a little better-- the rates are more suited for my taste]). This setup will lower your car so the tires are at fender height (no more 2" gap!). Comfortable ride too compared to H&R Race + Bilstein Sport. With adjustable dampening you have much more roll control and these are great on a track/autocross compared to the factory suspensions and even a Bilstein based combo. New prices: ~$650 on the struts/shocks, ~$250 on the springs.

They both have lifetime warranties so if anything fails, just send them back to Koni/Eibach and you'll get a repaired or brand new piece.
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Old 07-28-2009, 06:26 PM   #2
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uh, not to bash on your stuff.... but those prices are the same for new ones. aren't they?
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Old 07-28-2009, 06:54 PM   #3
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uh, not to bash on your stuff.... but those prices are the same for new ones. aren't they?
He's taking offers on the suspension as he doesn't have anything to replace it with atm. Those are new prices that he just posted for referrence
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Old 07-28-2009, 06:56 PM   #4
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Those are the new prices for reference.
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gotcha.
guess i read it too fast. was still half asleep when i read the post.
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Old 07-29-2009, 12:34 AM   #6
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How many miles are on the koni/eibachs? Are you sure the lifetime warranty is transferable?
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Not sure-- previous owner installed them. I called Koni after I bought the car and they said the warranty was valid for me. I assume they would be valid for the purchaser too.

Just to clarify, the Eibach springs do NOT have a lifetime warranty. It's only good for a million miles. I do not think the Eibach warranty is transferable anyway, but I've heard of them lasting to 500k+ without any issues.

I tested the dampening on the Koni's today again and the adjustment works perfectly. I have them set to 1.75 turns "firm" (or counter-clockwise). There is no leakage of oil and I would imagine they will last forever.
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Do you have the part numbers on the Konis? Front L/R & rear? (Koni made multiple sets for the ti.)
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Not sure, they're the ones listed here: http://www.understeer.com/onlinestore-suspension.shtml
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Old 08-06-2009, 04:07 PM   #10
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i really want to buy them and i could come pick them up ,i live in philly area. hit me up at nasucuro@yahoo.com
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Old 08-06-2009, 04:21 PM   #11
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PM me an offer. The current offer I got is OK, but I won't have enough money to buy a replacement suspension. This may end up happening sometime next year... though the rear Sway Bar is up for grabs now if I get good enough of an offer. Otherwise, the current top offer gets it all when I can afford a replacement.
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