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    Any one else tried these yet.??

    Mine arived today and have just finished fittin the fronts.

    OMG... I never realised how stuffed my shocks were... Rides so nice now.

    Anyways. Looks like an extremely good product.
    Very high qualitly. 32 adjusments on both front and rear.
    Rear coils are hight adjustable aswell and the whole set was only $1200 delivered.

    Much beter and CHEAPER option that D2 or G4's

    ok lads... Had these in my car for a couple of months now... Still going strong...
    Everyone who has driven the car has comented how well it handles... Even a freind who used to own a 86 with coil overs said it handled awsome..

    Also got some pics for you guys... nice and grubby..
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    Never heard of them.

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    Hey

    I am waiting for mine to arrive, how hard was it to remove the spindles off the struts, and did you do it yourself or have it done, I will need mine doing very soon, let me know

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    They look like Greddy copies. No reason for em to be bad.

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    BC as in Buddy Club?

    Or another generic brand?
    RT142 Estate.

    AJPS.

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    I dont think they are Buddy Clubs. They look the same as the others, although no rear coilover, still using normal spring perch.

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    they look alright with using the rear spring perch over putting so much load on the shock mount and they do resemble the greddy setup look nice how well do they work do the front come with all the stub axle setup what goes on there any pics of install? cheers i like the look of them
    the dyno pull to 300rwkw

    BT20v is making 300rwkw like i said i would without nitrous so now its time for some spray and see if she will run a 10s or less

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    OK guys...

    Just finished fitting everything..
    And OMG.. car is soooooo smooth now... Still feel all the small bumps. but you get that with 8/6 kg springs but seriously the ride is awsome...

    And yes I fitted the stubs my self...
    Very easy.. Just cut your 86 tube 50mm above the cast stub, slide it into the base of the new strut and weld it up...
    It isn't a prefect fit, fractionally loose of your take the paint off. But I just held the stub so it would increase camber and welded it up. Aslo I didn't slide the tube in the hole way. I stoped about 2mm shy so there was a little bit of a gap for better weld strenght.

    The rear was also very simple....
    I just ran it all as low as it would go and fitted it.. Perfect.
    The front coincedently was the perfect height straight out of the box.

    Should also add I fitted AJPS RCA too...
    AJPS is so the bomb.

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    sounds good got pics of the work done im very keen also can i see the rear setup i like the look of it ay cheers
    the dyno pull to 300rwkw

    BT20v is making 300rwkw like i said i would without nitrous so now its time for some spray and see if she will run a 10s or less

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    they look like another chinese solution

    would be interesting to see how long they last

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