I've had Tein HA's on my Supra since 2000. I've put 40k miles on them in that time, and my Supra was a daily driver for a great deal of that time. They still work just fine.Originally posted by R2D2@Aug 25 2005, 07:25 PM
Is it possible to have coil-overs and make them daily drivers? i'm sure there must be... but whats it require? and do they really last?
How much tuning was required and what additional parts did u get (i.e. camber kits, etc...)? what does "spirited driving" mean exactly and what if you really wanted to race withem?I've had Tein HA's on my Supra since 2000. I've put 40k miles on them in that time, and my Supra was a daily driver for a great deal of that time. They still work just fine.
I put SS-Ps on my tC, and the ride is acceptable for daily driver, even with pillowball mounts. I was a bit skeptical when I saw the spring rates and when I saw how much shorter the units were compared to the OEM struts and shocks, but after driving them, I'd say they're about perfect for spirited daily driving.[/b]
I don't prefer a stiff suspension. My ideal suspension would have a Cadillac ride with no performance compromise. Sadly, that isn't possible, so I grumble about how stiff the ride needs to be to get the kind of performance I like. I really DON'T like stiff suspensions, because I know they are compromising compliance for roll control, and sometimes (often in fact) compliance is equally important to maintaining control of the vehicle.Originally posted by EddieMoney@Aug 26 2005, 09:08 AM
some people, like lance like a very firm suspension though so he just sticks in every corner.