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FS: Evo K&W variant3's

CutlassJim

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Jul 17, 2006
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Looking to try a different setup. These have been absolutely amazing on my basically full weight Galant. I purchased them with about 10k miles on them a few years ago and they maybe have 20k on them now. Stainless bodies and plastic parts obviously in perfect shape with the springs having some light corrosion from NH winters.

Asking $1600

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ktmrider

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Sep 10, 2007
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Portland, OR
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CutlassJim

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Correct. I'm holding onto them for now for the potential replacement. They are still available for $170 for the full front and rear kit from SCE. Super nice guy to deal with.
 

HadesOmega

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Jan 4, 2016
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San Jose, California
How is the ride quality with these? I have the feal coilovers and the ride is too harsh it bottoms out too much. =/
 

CutlassJim

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These ride better than stock. They soak up bumps better with more control.

That's one thing I found out early with coilovers. The $1000ish ones will work on the track well but usually ride like dogshit. It sucks they are so expensive but when you get into $1600 + territory there are no drawbacks.
 
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