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Whats the best coil over to get for a 200SX SE-R? B+G sport and Ground control seem to be the best, which one is better? money wise? performance wise?

How low will coil overs lower the car?

if i get 16 inch or 17 inch rims will these affect or interfer with anything? rub against the wheel well and stuff like that?

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If youre taliking adjustable coilovers, ground controls etc., then you can adjust them from a 0" to up to 4" drop on some brands. Since you can adjust them, it really doesnt matter what size wheel you run because you can adjust the gap.

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Ive never heard of B&G but i have GC's and they are a breeze to adjust. Alot easier than skunkworks. Keep in mind that GC's come with eibach ERS springs (oooooh!) cant beat that.


If you want a strut/spring combo, ive heard good things about motivational which come with shortened struts.

markp
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slammed on GC's/AGX's

[This message has been edited by mapball (edited 06-11-2001).]
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Guz200SX SE-R:
Whats the best coil over to get for a 200SX SE-R? B+G sport and Ground control seem to be the best, which one is better? money wise? performance wise?

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The B&G can be seen at www.importpartsplus.com. Also don't forget the Motivational coilovers.



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