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    I been looking around for coil-overs for the DA and found these guys. They have a pretty nice looking set for less than 800$. I know alot of people will say you get what you pay for but sometimes you find decent products that are at good prices. Anyone have any experience with any of this companies products?
    http://www.godspeedproject.com/shop/...roducts_id=518

  • #2
    i think with another 100 you can get K sports or D2 Sports thats what i did.

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    • #3
      I ordered the coil-overs. they got to the house today (wife got them). Im still deployed so once i get home and the car is on the road i will put up a review for them.

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      • #4
        so far for the two items from godspeed that I bought for my rsx had fitment issues...when you can't get a nut two nuts on a turbo manifold because the runners are in the way and have to make 1/4 spacers, retap holes (which were not tapped straight either) and the holes don't line up with the turbo. Warranties are good but I won't be doing using their stuff again. I have no experience with the coil-overs I agree, spend the extra 100 and get d2 or ksport

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        • #5
          ^^^ I already pay for and recieved the goods. Like I said Im still deployed right now so wont be able to review them till im back and the car is back on the road. I will right a through review as soon as i can. I hope that I dont have any weird fitment issues like you experienced.

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          • #6
            I seriously doubt there are any real differences between k sport, D2's, godspeed, Yonaka, Megan, Blox, etc... They're all mostly made from the same overseas companies/parts!

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            • #7
              Just wanted to update this thread. I have finally got home and had some time to get the ball rolling on my DA again. Got the coil-overs on the car. Im going to just start by saying that these things looks great. They are basicly just like BMXman said and arent really to much diff from Megans, D2's, Blox, and some of the other common known C/O's. Installation was pretty much straight forward as anyone can expect. unfortunently the engine is out of the car currently as im rebuild it so i cant really drive on them yet, but looking forward to giving a review after getting them dialed in on the road. I added some pics from install. aside from not having driven on them for the price i have nothing to complain about at this point.

              http://i142.photobucket.com/albums/r...29355277_n.jpg
              http://i142.photobucket.com/albums/r...22944897_n.jpg
              http://i142.photobucket.com/albums/r...52491869_n.jpg
              http://i142.photobucket.com/albums/r...70038775_n.jpg

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              • #8
                got the car running and on the road recently. I have to say that im pretty happy with the purchase of these coilovers. i havent got to do any really tuning on the spring rate and damper yet, but were they were out of the box fells really good. the general ride is better than i expected. I believe i have the dampering on full soft right now so they stroked alot smoother over transitions in the road and bumps. im gonna cranked them to hard and see how it rides. i will prob only use this setting for track days though. will prob have it at 4-5 clicks for daily driving. the ride height is all the way down in front but in the back i had to raise them quite a bit. im gonna come down a touch more in the rear now that i got to drive on them. even all the down on i had no rubbing or scraping up front, running some knock-off CE28's 15" w/ 205/50R15 dunlop direzza tires. this is the only pic i have right now. more to come soon.
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