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Old 04-13-2017, 08:33 PM   #126
RaceComp Engineering
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It appears the email was correct, ordered on Sunday and still no tracking info. Doesn't look like I'll have them this weekend.
Seeing all the info now, I see you ordered an assembled set. Yes we are shipping those tomorrow. We have to order the oem parts to assemble the kit.
I personally started on them today. They will go out tomorrow with tracking sent to your email.

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Old 04-14-2017, 12:15 AM   #127
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Seeing all the info now, I see you ordered an assembled set. Yes we are shipping those tomorrow. We have to order the oem parts to assemble the kit.
I personally started on them today. They will go out tomorrow with tracking sent to your email.

Mw
Okay great, didn't know you guys had to assemble. Figured you had a wearhouse full of them lol
Thanks
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Old 04-14-2017, 11:06 AM   #128
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Okay great, didn't know you guys had to assemble. Figured you had a wearhouse full of them lol
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The shocks, yes not the assembled kits.

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Old 07-23-2017, 07:34 PM   #129
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Any further up date's. I'm interested in getting a set, run my OEM springs in BS. So....... Anyone running these in autocross I would love more feedback.
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Old 07-30-2017, 01:28 PM   #130
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Any further up date's. I'm interested in getting a set, run my OEM springs in BS. So....... Anyone running these in autocross I would love more feedback.
I too am interested in more feedback and reviews. How many peeps on here have the GT worx/Bilsteins?
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Old 08-06-2017, 04:04 PM   #131
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I just had these put on yesterday along with the RCE blacks and spc rear control arms and so far I really like them. I was a bit worried about the ride quality based on what I had read as well as what people were telling me but to my surprise, these are very smooth. Definitely feels more planted, tighter around the corners, and overall the handling feels more solid without compromising much comfort. Their is a slight increase in noise and vibration but I wouldn't say the ride is more stiff/harsh in anyway.

The most noticeable improvement for me is the reduced movement in the body. Before my car (2016 Limited) used to do a jiggle dance over uneven/bumpy roads/patches but now its almost gone. It has even reduced the rocking back and forth from the front/rear of the car I would get in stop and go traffic which was very annoying.

If their is anything to nitpick it would be that I would of just went for the RCE Yellows if I knew what I know now. Though the improvements are definitely noticeable with the gtworx/rce blacks, I wouldn't have minded going for something a little more sportier...plus you can go for an aggressive stance. Nevertheless, I am very happy with the setup and would recommend to anyone looking to upgrade their stock suspension.
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Old 08-13-2017, 12:22 AM   #132
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I too just put on the GT Worx shocks. I previously had done the RCE sways and the blacks. These shocks are perfect for me. The 16' Limited with the blacks were bouncy at times with uneven pavement.

I am perfectly happy with the Blacks and shocks/sways combo. Great product and glad I purchased them!!



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I just had these put on yesterday along with the RCE blacks and spc rear control arms and so far I really like them. I was a bit worried about the ride quality based on what I had read as well as what people were telling me but to my surprise, these are very smooth. Definitely feels more planted, tighter around the corners, and overall the handling feels more solid without compromising much comfort. Their is a slight increase in noise and vibration but I wouldn't say the ride is more stiff/harsh in anyway.

The most noticeable improvement for me is the reduced movement in the body. Before my car (2016 Limited) used to do a jiggle dance over uneven/bumpy roads/patches but now its almost gone. It has even reduced the rocking back and forth from the front/rear of the car I would get in stop and go traffic which was very annoying.

If their is anything to nitpick it would be that I would of just went for the RCE Yellows if I knew what I know now. Though the improvements are definitely noticeable with the gtworx/rce blacks, I wouldn't have minded going for something a little more sportier...plus you can go for an aggressive stance. Nevertheless, I am very happy with the setup and would recommend to anyone looking to upgrade their stock suspension.
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Old 12-18-2017, 10:00 PM   #133
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I too just put on the GT Worx shocks. I previously had done the RCE sways and the blacks. These shocks are perfect for me. The 16' Limited with the blacks were bouncy at times with uneven pavement.

I am perfectly happy with the Blacks and shocks/sways combo. Great product and glad I purchased them!!
Awesome feedback. Thank you! The shocks + springs + sways is a great all around package.

- Andrew
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Old 01-03-2018, 11:05 PM   #134
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Anybody pair these with swift springs?
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Old 09-17-2019, 10:30 PM   #135
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Just had these installed on 2016 WRX and Iím very pleased with the end result. The struts are amazing. They ride so much better than Fortune or Ohlins and other subpar 1500 range coils.

I have sat in fortune auto car, and then another sti that had BCís and another car that had ÷hlins.

I always wanted to buy struts. This product nailed it. Fortune auto ride was too bouncy and made noises. BC was completely trash, car bottomed out multiple times. On ÷hlins ride was okay but it was still bouncy and I wasnít impressed.

I only have them on for less than 100 miles as they are settling in. But the ride is so much smoother than any coilover setup I have ever sat in. I donít have to worry about that car will bottom out or make noises, or if there is going to be a bump etc. It takes the bumps so smoothly and is very stable.

On my drive home the highway has those road bulges and I remembered on RCE Springs (had them on for 50k miles with stock struts) car would bounce n come back down and I had to slow down or take them at an angle.

After installing these I donít have to worry about it on the road as the car goes over it but doesnít bounce at all the way up in the air lol like it used to, now it goes over it, and come right back down. So much smoother and ride quality is really good, have taken few turns and car is planted af

Thank you for releasing this product and Iím very happy with my purchase. I hope this will be helpful to all the people looking to upgrade. I would never recommend getting coilovers as they are pain in the ass to maintain, rebuild, all the problems. I had 140k miles on my older 240sx and that was my worst car and worst nightmare I had with suspension issues always as it was on coils... After 20-30k I was scratching my head with, why did I do this, etc.

Thatís when I decided I would never get coils. This combo is spot on as you would want your car to perform. Hope this helps everyone!
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