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Old 10-20-2003, 10:04 PM   #1
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Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Austin, TX
04 STi - 390whp

Question Tein Flex and EDFC on STi

Does anyone have the Tein Flex and EDFC setup on an STi? How do they compare to the stock suspension? Anyone have them on anything besides an STi? The Flex without the EDFC? Any info about the Flex of the EDFC is appreciated.
(Car is driven on the road, and driven in auto-x and road courses as often as possible).

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Old 10-21-2003, 02:26 PM   #2
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1998 240sx w/ SR20


I have the EDFC on my 240 and I love it, its so much easier than getting out and cranking away on the strut. I have it set for a hard autox setting, medium plus a little for the back roads and medium soft for just drivin to the store or work or whatever. Its easy to install, not really any harder than a stero. Its well worth the $300 that you pay.
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Old 10-21-2003, 05:18 PM   #3
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Location: CT
04 STI


whats up guys....my first post here....i have the tein flex and edfc installed on my sti and i love it. my car is street driven mostly, so the edfc is really nice to have. im from ct and the roads around me can get pretty bumpy so its nice to be able to change the ride of the car with the push of a button. The handleing of the car is awsome...very little to no roll in turns. The installation was very easy it took me and two friends about an hour to install. i did not install the edfc though, a shop by me guaranted their work so i had them deal with the wiring. Overall i am very pleased and recommend the flex and edfc.
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