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Damn it. I'm really ready to spend 2500/3000 usd if I have to but I do not want a coilover set which isn't capable of offering a smooth daily driver ride.It's even not a problem if I have to dial them in everytime I go to the track but it just has to offer some comfort daily driving.But...
Hijacking this post a bit but what coilovers offer still a lot of comfort for daily driving ? I don't mind if I have to adjust them in between but I don't want such super bumpy rides and stiffness while cruising with the family. On track it's super but I use it for daily driving and away time...
It's the hatchback version of the vr4. Bit beefier and heavier on the back.My main concern was the weight difference. I was wondering if the extra 75 kg constantly was worth an extra concern or that it doesn't matter so much. Would it cause extra wear per example ?
I've got a pair of vr4 rs hood vents. Wanted to make a vented hood myself but luckily found a complete rs hoodCan make some pictures upon request but they are in perfect shape. No broken tabs or threads. No rusted out threads100 usd obo
How do you guys think about putting vr4 specific coilovers on a zr4? I mean, there's a difference in weight, dynamics and dimensions between the two. Would the rear coilovers do for the hatchback as well?