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Old 11-29-2004, 12:26 PM   #1
RexRonald
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2002 2.0l FP18g
295whp / 265wtq @ 19psi

Default D2 Racing Sports coilovers

ok, i DID search for these... but its hard to single them out since the system can't search for such a short name "D2".... and coilovers returns a huge grouping of 'hits'...

question is this...

anyone heard of these? using them currently? what do you think?

36 way dampner adjustable

Monotube design, 44mm shock piston, 50mm body

1 year warranty, replacement parts and warranty available in the US

Aluminum top mounts with pillowball top mounts along with front and rear camber plates

i'm told they are comparable to the TEIN Flex and that D2 is currently working on a similar type EDFC design for these and other D2 products... I think D2 Racing Sports may be more commonly known overseas... Asia, Australia, UK... ???

any input is appreciated, thanks...

if no-one... then i guess i'll be guinea-pigging these... i'll report back once the snow clears in a 5 months...
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