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Old 02-01-2006, 12:47 AM   #1
annointed
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Join Date: Apr 2001
Chapter/Region: Tri-State
Location: Atlantic City, NJ
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FXT 11.6@118 93 oct
NSX 450 whp SC'd (93 oct)

Default Returning to stock sale: Cusco Zero-2R Coilovers

These are on one of my '02 WRXs. I'm currently looking to go back to stock suspension, and sell the car, since having 3 WRX's is a bit absurd. I'm looking to trade stock WRX set up for this set up. I'd like $800 obo cash on top of the trade.

The car can be ridden in to feel the coilover set up. Apparently its a $2000+ set up new. All I can say is that I've never driven a car that handles the way this set up does. That said, I have also not gotten under the car to have a close up look at them, but judging from the cornering of the car, they are an amazing set up. They also have a really nice looking ride height at their current setting. I'm not sure how many miles the previous owner had them for, and am open to offers. If no one shows interest, I'll be selling the car with them on, or perhaps I'll swap them onto one of my other WRXs, although I'm happy enough w/the other aftermarket spring/strut set ups on them.

Thanks

Mark
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