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Which coilover is recomanded?

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Wanted to change to coilover for W207? Can someone share?

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I api ed. But he **** rubbish ard. I tot sgmerc suddenly so lively

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I api ed. But he **** rubbish ard. I tot sgmerc suddenly so lively

lol... kin kin clock post..!

 

so 8889...or 8989.. 89 api-eD?

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KW SUSPENSIONSS !!! let me know if youre interested. can get you a better price. 

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What are the few brands that can fit for w204 c180 cgi?

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What are the few brands that can fit for w204 c180 cgi?

 

most brands in the market can fit the W204. key issue is the budget.

 

taiwanese ones from BC, R logic, Tuned all are below 2k and can fit the W204.

 

API is another one below 2k.

 

Then moving up the range, the KWs.

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most brands in the market can fit the W204. key issue is the budget.

 

taiwanese ones from BC, R logic, Tuned all are below 2k and can fit the W204.

 

API is another one below 2k.

 

Then moving up the range, the KWs.

And Bilsteins...B12 prokit or sport line & B16PSS10. All above $2k & even more.

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Alright.. Thanks bros.. Any review for API? Have a friend using it on a IS250 he was saying its steady yet comfortable..

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My w212 using api suspension. Very shiok

You wan comfort can be adjusted by damper rate

You wan corner 60-70 also can stable also adjust by damper rate

Height high low up to you

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Actually am a little worries if I go too low will it hit my fenders.. Am running on 19" staggerd rims. No cambers added.. Fully stock

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Api & a lot of other coilovers are fully height adjustable. The higher end ones are also damper adjustable.

You can safely install these coilovers to the height of your liking...no rubbing of fenders for sure.

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KW V3 :)

 

 

How much mate ? Fully height/damper adjustable ? track or street friendly ?

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I have been using Bilstein damper and height adjustable coil over on my W204 for 1.5 yrs now. So far so good....

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What's the difference between changing to coil over vs just changing to a lowered spring? And what lowered spring is recommended for w204?

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What's the difference between changing to coil over vs just changing to a lowered spring? And what lowered spring is recommended for w204?

 

using lowered springs, you be using back stock shock absorbers.

 

coil overs are an integrated unit.

 

lowered springs you have H&R and many others.

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What's the difference between changing to coil over vs just changing to a lowered spring? And what lowered spring is recommended for w204?

having been on lowered springs and currently on coilover, I suggest don't waste money on lowering springs. Look good but you'll most likely be disappointed by the performances. Just go for a set of good coilover instead.

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having been on lowered springs and currently on coilover, I suggest don't waste money on lowering springs. Look good but you'll most likely be disappointed by the performances. Just go for a set of good coilover instead.

Thanks for the inputs! Looks like its coil over for me then!

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Thanks for the inputs! Looks like its coil over for me then!

Api-ED?

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Api-ED?

Still looking ard. What's the damage for API coil overs?

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U shld pm site sponser. Bms.

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