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Tein Coilovers?

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    Did they come out yet?...my friends shop is gonna sponsor me...so i gotta get crackin on the works
    no word from tein.com....however, the aftermarket for the tC is dry right now...FRYS electronics can-t even isntall my ALARM yet because the installer doesn-t have wiring diagrams yet (go figure...)Be patient yhough, takes at least 3-6 months before ANY aftermarket development can come into production....
    -TRD_tC- wrote:
    no word from tein.com....however, the aftermarket for the tC is dry right now...FRYS electronics can-t even isntall my ALARM yet because the installer doesn-t have wiring diagrams yet (go figure...)Be patient yhough, takes at least 3-6 months before ANY aftermarket development can come into production....
    man i wouldnt let Fry-s ever touch my car. go with someone with a little more expertise... please. frys is shady....
    H&R has springs available now. 1.4- front, 1.3- rear...
    still waiting on tein hopefully in the next month. i will try to call and find out asap.
    want the coilovers though...if you ride on eibachs then switch to teinyou will understand why I will go to tein..the lowering does not compromise the smoothnessof your ride..and handling is good too;
    Just so you know, I talked to the guys at Tein when I was at NOPI and they said about another month and they will be out...hope this helps...I want some springs from them
    hey wasup guys and gals FYI tein coilovers is available already thats what im riding on now for my tc and ill tell you....good lord if this car was rear wheel drive i probably can do a 90 degree turn hehehe but yes just to let you know it is available ..what i have is Tein SS full coilover kit
    sexxtc, how much did you pay for the entire setup? Did you get the ones with the pillowball mounts? I-m trying to figure out which route to go with the suspension and it-s driving me nuts! Haha... as far as the H&R sport springs go, I know its a 1.4 / 1.3- drop but did anyone notice the H&R Project tC has a 2.0- / 1.5- drop listed on their car with their own sport springs? I can-t find an email address to contact them at...Here-s the H&R Project tC http://www.hrsprings.com/site/projects/sciontc/body.html
    does anyone know of a good (as in reliable and cheap) places to buy some tein coilovers? i-m looking into the SS dampers w/ the pillowball uppermount. thanks!
    Check this place out... good prices. I haven-t bought from there but the customer service and knowledge has been great for my inquiries.http://www.tmengineering..../tein/make/scion.htmlTein SS Coilovers w/ Pillowball Uppermounts: $1179.95Good luck... and should you end up getting them there, let me know how its goes!
    awesome price! thanks for the info mystro. i-ve been waiting for them to get put up on ebay or something, but at this price i-ll be ordering them soon. good lookin out man.
    No problem bro, I spent forever researching prices for coilovers. It-s come down to Tein SS Coilovers and Tanabe Sustec Pro S-0Cs. Still not sure which ones I-ll get but these guys were great with the customer service so far in answering my questions. Good luck with it and give us a heads up on how it works out!btw... Shipping from this place was awesome as well... From Cali to Seattle was only $30 ground... It only takes about 3 days to get stuff here on ground ship from Cali... great all around pricing!
    I don-t want to throw you off your quest, but has anyone looked into progress? They make amazing suspension components and released a new system out for the tC. 1-4- drop I believe, rebuildable tubes, custom spring rates down the road, I mean everything.If you-re a racer, this is for you. They-re affordable, EXTREMELY reliable (the 7thgen civic site favors them), and perform beyond expectations.I-m sponsered for racing. I had a turbo 2002 Civic EX modded with everything, and had a modded Evo 8 before my tC.I have H&R springs right now and love them, but they aren-t racing springs (even though it-s the race version). The progress setup will get you in those corners quick and hard.
    -tC_guy- wrote:
    EXTREMELY reliable (the 7thgen civic site favors them)
    They-re highly regarded amongst the Neon community as well (all models/generations)
    -Nolte- wrote:
    -tC_guy- wrote:
    EXTREMELY reliable (the 7thgen civic site favors them)
    They-re highly regarded amongst the Neon community as well (all models/generations)
    Thank you for agreeing!Just a small plug, I am a vendor, but don-t have an account here yet so I won-t advertise anything.
    I spent a ton of time trying to find coilovers and though I-m going Tanabe, just in case someone was looking for a good price on Teins and missed this:http://www.tmengineering.net/suspension/tein/make/scion.html
    I am gonna double check on the Super Street with Pillow Upper Mount kit today cause I believe our price is $1200 Shipped anywhere in the USA.ThanksJames
    What is a pillow upper mount??
    atodak here-s the tein site that-ll offer some info on what the pillowball uppermont does:[web]http://tein.com/pumnt.html[/web]$1200 shipped would be an excellent price on for the tein-s. i-ll be looking to buy them some time in the near future. just gotta go do some more researching and price comparisons. thanks for the info sponsor.
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