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post #1 of 6 Old 10-06-2014, 11:39 AM Thread Starter
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Talking raceland coilovers....are they any good?

Finally ready to lower my car and I've decided since air bag suspension is wayyyyyyy too expensive i'm going with coilovers on average they seem to be about $800 but I found these raceland for a little under $400. Wondering why.... anybody have any suggestions or input?



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I just bought myself a set of Raceland Coils. Coming in this Wednesday. When I get them installed, I'll let you know

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I've had them on for about 2 months now. I haven't really had any issues as of yet. However, the ride is pretty harsh on bumpy roads and I'm not even super low. I got them to replace my stock struts as they started leaking after I put on H & R lowering springs. Personally speaking, while the struts were good I found the H&R lowering springs ride so much better while improving the wheel gap, I liked them more than the coilovers. If I could do it all over again I'd get aftermarket struts and keep the H & R springs. However, i'm okay with my raceland coilovers for now since I've wasted so much money on springs/coilovers Keep in mind there is the tradeoff between ride quality/looks. I still have my H & R springs they were only used for 2 days since the struts starting leaking if you are interested. However, for my personal liking i'd go struts/springs. Also, if in Canada keep in mind you get charged import fees also so it comes up just short of $600. for a few hundred bucks you may be able to look at other coilovers as well, just some food for thought hope that helps.
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I've had my racelands for a couple of months. I have them maxed out front and a collar removed in the rear. Personally I find them to be way to soft. I'm actually looking at getting ground control springs to replace the Raceland springs.
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Appreciate the input fellas I actually decided to go with the aftermarket performance shocks with lowering springs. In the middle of putting together the best combo now.
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my friend has them on his mazda 3 hatch, seems to be fine, though he just needed a cheap strut replacement. i have tein basis, and am happy with it for now at least
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