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What's the difference between a Stage III and a Stage IV Truechoice Suspension?

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www.truechoice.com

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I dunno if this question was towards a 200SX. But there is no application for a SE-R. Unless you have to e-mial them for the oter cars they make them for. Im not sure. But by the way. Is there a true company that makes a good coil over system for the SE-R. Not like Ground Control or anything..But like Tein or ApexI. Ive been lookin, thnx.

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Truechoice does make a suspensionfor our cars and you can also look at Shocktec and Motivational Engineering http://www.motivational.net/ Also B&G has started making a coilover system for our cars but no one knows anything about them that I know.

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Thanks for the link, but what I wanted to know was, for all practical purposes, what are the main advantages of the stage IV over the stage III.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Yosho:
Thanks for the link, but what I wanted to know was, for all practical purposes, what are the main advantages of the stage IV over the stage III.
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I belleve stage IV has tender springs and stage III doesn't. Or, Stage III is a single adjustable and IV is double adjustable. I can't remember, but it is one or the other. hope that narrows it down for ya.



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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Soupaflie:
Originally posted by Yosho:
Thanks for the link, but what I wanted to know was, for all practical purposes, what are the main advantages of the stage IV over the stage III.
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I belleve stage IV has tender springs and stage III doesn't. Or, Stage III is a single adjustable and IV is double adjustable. I can't remember, but it is one or the other. hope that narrows it down for ya.


Thanks!

Btw, how do you like your AEBS header?

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Yosho:


Btw, how do you like your AEBS header?
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Love it so far. The ground clearance kinda sucks though.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Yosho:
Thanks for the link, but what I wanted to know was, for all practical purposes, what are the main advantages of the stage IV over the stage III.
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I am running stage IV. The main difference are the tender springs. both are double adjustable. The tenders prevent dog legging in a corner and allows you to put the power down better coming out of a corner. It reduces wheel lift off in corners.



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I heard that Cusco may make and sell their own B14 camber plates. Do you know if they do? I really want to produce a Stillen free car and would rather not pay for the Stillen name (which is not a good thing IMHO).



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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Yosho:
I heard that Cusco may make and sell their own B14 camber plates. Do you know if they do? I really want to produce a Stillen free car and would rather not pay for the Stillen name (which is not a good thing IMHO).</font>
Stillen camber plates *ARE* Cusco camber plates... Just will Stillen's name on it.
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by RollcageSR20:
Stillen camber plates *ARE* Cusco camber plates... Just will Stillen's name on it.

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I know, which is why I was wondering if Cusco makes and sells their own plates. No point in supporting Stillen's inflated prices. (I really don't like Stillen but I do like Cusco). I would imagine since the B14 (US 200SX) is sold in Japan as the Lucino and there are a few hot versions of the Primara (notably the VZR-N1) that since Cusco makes the plates for Stillen they probably also make the same plates under their own name brand for JDM sales.


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[This message has been edited by Yosho (edited 06-20-2001).]
 
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