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    Putting coilover on my 03 golf. Any good suggestions. So far im thinking megans

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    ST is the best bang for your buck coilover. If you're feeling fancy, b&g rs2.

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    B&g >
    - Kielan (Key-lin)

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    Racelands or JOM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demmett_ View Post
    Racelands or JOM
    Yeah don't listen to him.
    - Kielan (Key-lin)

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    rokkors, like a boss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisVRsix View Post
    rokkors, like a boss.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by benton672 View Post
    Getting a stock 1986 golf gti soon, looking at these JOM coilovers http://store.blackforestindustries.c...mk3cojomc.html. Would these do the trick or should i skimp somewhere else on the car to afford a set of a known coilovers. And would this feed my cravings for ground scraping lowness? Anything else I'd need?
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    I would save up and extra hundred and so and go for FK Streetlines over the JOM/Vmaxx/raceland/rokkor stuff.



    55-85mm lowering and I always found FK stuff to be comfortable enough for a daily.

    At the same time you should pick up some late mk3 strut mounts/bearings/2 required nuts. Rear all you need are the 2 bottom and upper bushings. Don't get poly just get new rubber.

    The mk2 and early mk3 strut mounts will let you go a 'tiny' bit lower but they're garbage imo and don't last nearly as long as the later ones and with your coils the miniscule difference in height wont be a problem.

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    +1 on the fk streetlines

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francois Dillinger View Post
    ST is the best bang for your buck coilover. If you're feeling fancy, b&g rs2.
    +1
    Quote Originally Posted by Kielan View Post
    VW kids go to Hondas, Honda kids go to BMW, BMW kids stick with BMW because they are the best.

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    jbkoopa is offline yep, another filipino. StanceWorks Newcomer
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    did you get them coils yet, sir?

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    Im ordering racelands this week. Seem like the best for the price. Gotta ball on a budget

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    ballin on a budget aint ballin. keep saving fwiw

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