Has it been noted that this looks cartoonishly fake?
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Evaluating everything automotive in regards to how it will perform at autox is no less dumb than evaluating everything relative to how slammed it is.
Some people just want to loaf around and look cool, there's nothing wrong with it.
I hate TCL.
EDIT: about the ultra lows, they are the same as any other coil over strut coilover, just with threads further down the bodies and reworked internals so you don't blow the piss out of them when slammed. Hold them up to a racing coil over strut type coilover and you'd be hard pressed to find the difference. Simply made JUST for the fad while losing all sights of what coils are meant to do. Just because people make them doesn't make their logic correct. A businesses only logic is $$$$$$
Last edited by Tifosi Scuderia; 04-28-2012 at 12:08 PM.
A good track coil is going to be more than height (preload) adjustable. When the first coilovers were produced and sold they were a purely performance product. But, just like many other items in the automotive world, and other areas as well, their primary purpose when designed has been overshadowed by other uses. A good track coil will still do what it was meant to do, but many now are not produced to nearly as exacting standards, and are not valved or delivered with spring rates for track use, they're sold as a cosmetic tool for people, with domestics, European cars, and JDM tuners, not just "Dubbers."
Last edited by vdubb3dan; 04-28-2012 at 01:17 PM.
Last edited by norman; 04-28-2012 at 10:41 PM.
first off people stop saying koni and vmaxx are they same they are on two different levels
and a PROPER set up air susp will handle just as well as a PROPER set up of coilovers
people do it for a few reasons one is to looks "cool" others do it because the roads are crappy and they want to look "cool" while maintaining daily driveability