sr20sleeper said:Ordered my D2 coilovers yesterday. 9k front, 7k rear, extra set of 5k springs in case its too stiff. Also got the pillow ball mounts.
$850 shipped to hawaii!!!
They should be here in mid april, ill let you guys know when i get them.
I've never done it, but from what I've read (and many have said the same thing), putting stiffer springs on your rear will make the rear end dangerously twitchy. But they say that you can switch springs from front to rear on the b13, so just use the springs you'll have and go with 7 front 5 rear.NeedMore$4SE-R said:I'm on that too. Mid april can't come soon enough, riding on bumpstops suck.
Damn you got some stiff springs, I went with 5k F and 7k R and Front PBMs. Are you supposed to have higher spring rates up front? He said you can swap front and rear springs anyway, so I am just checking if I should swap them before the install.
R you planning on installing anything with the D2s?
Hmmm, honestly i didnt research it much. Im not sure why a stiffer rear suspension would make the rear lose grip first but it could be the case.NoClassic said:From what i have read most run a stiffer rear spring in a front wheel drive car. The reason this is done is to make it behave more like a RWD car and have a tendency to oversteer rather than understeer. Although it is "safer" to understeer in most situations, a car that is more likely to oversteer is going to be quicker in a road course situation.