Can i have pictures of rd, gk, and lc/lc2 coilovers. And the specs. I was looking through pics for rd coilovers and found that they look similiar to the lc2 set up. Just wondering if it would fit or not.
rd sleeves fit the LC and LC2... but its gay as aids.chiboi800 said:Can i have pictures of rd, gk, and lc/lc2 coilovers. And the specs. I was looking through pics for rd coilovers and found that they look similiar to the lc2 set up. Just wondering if it would fit or not.
ground controls are sleeves... good sleeves. Given that you have koni yellows, you shooooould be fine, the spring is actually pretty big if the same size as mine. They are still skinny like sleeves should be, but they are quite tall. you wont have to use a ride adjusting screw. You actually will have to ride the sleeve with just the pirch on top and strut on bottom. (technically slammed) but actually you only lower the car about .5"-1"... to correct that, go get some cheap sleeves to a early 90's corolla. Nice short sleeves. Konis can usually take the spring rates.chiboi800 said:actually i dont know what i am talking about lol. Are the ground control consider sleeves or no?
Ebay coilovers are trash don't waste your time...gjgudqkqh said:ok now i have choice in between 97~99 tib sleeve or 91~92 corolla
i have looked into ebay all they have is for 93~97 i think can you post web site where i can get corolla one?
they are all trash. but they arnt trash for the money... but you get the look you want... and to be honest, with 85stock whp i dont think accent owners are really worried about good lap times.berserko said:Ebay coilovers are trash don't waste your time...
if you really want, ill give you mine for like 10 bucks + shipping I think im gona put my eibachs back in. Minnesota winter roads for the loose... so bumpy.gjgudqkqh said:so far i have found ground control for 97~99 tibby.. still stying to find bang for buck coilover sleeves for tibby