D2 Coilovers any good?
07-30-2010, 10:17 PM
Post: #1
D2 Coilovers any good?
Guys,

Anyone using this model????

You guys think this is good to daily use?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/D2-RACING...267wt_1165

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07-30-2010, 10:32 PM
Post: #2
D2 Coilovers any good?
me... I like em! - you can check my topic at NEW MEMBERS...

I have em for a little while now and I think they are excellent... the softness and hardness is great with little buttons you can twist - I also use a little bit of front wheel camber...

and I did not put the car on super low yet put on medium... I think its a good set!!!

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07-30-2010, 11:04 PM
Post: #3
D2 Coilovers any good?
nice! finally someone with good feedback on them..

is it daily drivable? soft setting's good? any weird noises from them?

this is the D2 RS??

Oh yeah by the way, by having negative camber does that become a problem for daily driving??

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07-30-2010, 11:20 PM
Post: #4
D2 Coilovers any good?
Well,

Unfortunatly I dont have this set up, but I´m a daily driver and I use negative camber (-3.0º). For now I don´t have any problems with, not even for the tyres... by the way you can turn much better and faster!
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07-30-2010, 11:50 PM
Post: #5
D2 Coilovers any good?
Do you have pics of your setup? Can the Camber adjustment be done on the car with just the camber adjustable coilovers?

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07-31-2010, 03:25 AM
Post: #6
D2 Coilovers any good?
D2 is junk, OK for daily drive if you drive too hard the shaft will bend, I will have some buddy club coilover Racing Spec coming august 2nd next month. price should be around $1800 or $1900 list I will give some AEU86 discount. around $1500 i hope. and comes with brand new spindles

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07-31-2010, 07:17 AM
Post: #7
D2 Coilovers any good?
So your point is suspension thats 50% more expensive is better? Shocker!

The D2 stuff would be perfectly fine for daily driving...
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07-31-2010, 10:55 AM
Post: #8
D2 Coilovers any good?
4000GT Wrote:So your point is suspension thats 50% more expensive is better? Shocker!

The D2 stuff would be perfectly fine for daily driving...

1100 vs 1500 isn't exactly 50% eh! Smile
To be honest, spending 1100 on something that isn't really optimal seems like a terrible waste of money. Though I'm sure that there are sources where you could get them more cheaply, which makes them a lot more reasonable.

For 1100 I think you could make your own coilovers with fresh HTS's and springs of your choice. Count on around 600 for the HTS and another 250 for the rear spring setup and around 200 for the fronts. You'd still have 50$ left to have someone shorten the strut for you. A bit more work, same amount of money, but the end result is a lot better.

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07-31-2010, 12:12 PM
Post: #9
D2 Coilovers any good?
NoHachi Wrote:
4000GT Wrote:So your point is suspension thats 50% more expensive is better? Shocker!

The D2 stuff would be perfectly fine for daily driving...

1100 vs 1500 isn't exactly 50% eh! Smile
To be honest, spending 1100 on something that isn't really optimal seems like a terrible waste of money. Though I'm sure that there are sources where you could get them more cheaply, which makes them a lot more reasonable.

For 1100 I think you could make your own coilovers with fresh HTS's and springs of your choice. Count on around 600 for the HTS and another 250 for the rear spring setup and around 200 for the fronts. You'd still have 50$ left to have someone shorten the strut for you. A bit more work, same amount of money, but the end result is a lot better.

Its $100 off 50% and he only said he hoped to get them that cheap, not that he could.
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07-31-2010, 12:47 PM
Post: #10
D2 Coilovers any good?
2 NoHachi: D2 has few more advantages;
- front camber plates (thats 150$ more)
- rear spring on the shock, not sepperated setup (you can't make that yourself)

Also I have a official distributer here in my contry and they take their warranty seriously, few guys here allready got new shock etc. no charge at all, everything in perfect oreder.


Anybody has expirence with Driftworks setup, can't find any pics IRL, mounted to the car..

I really like that you get complete front strut, camber plates and even RCA's. For that price really cool..
Also wondering can rear spring be mounted to the shock, so that it's not sepperated!?

http://www.driftworks.com/shop/p825/Drif..._info.html

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