For what year are this? I have an 01 Milly 2.5 and was thinking of buy KYB for rear...
I'm kinda lost, each kit includes 4 struts/coils? I mean each kit is for one car?
Is there any modification needs to be done on the car to make those fit? Or just plug and play? Sorry for this stupid question...
Each kit is $900? If we have 9+ orders[/b]
This will be for the 95-02 Millenias (S or L)
Each kit includes 4 struts/springs(coils), there should be no modification necessary.
You are correct on pricing.
first question i have no idea.
The second question yes one kit is for one car... therefore 4 coilovers for one car/order
third question not sure... if anything it will be a slight mod, like the ones that have to be done on the eibach springs.
fourth question... yes sir 9+ kits its 900 shipped
but i think if we r lucky we will get only 7... which is good enough since this would make them available for when ever some one else wants them[/b]
As long as you get to 7, I don't mind putting out the rest of the money to get it started.
I was reading in the ksportsusa site... I think these people are seriouse about their shocks and other things lol
Also, I checked the prices and they are at least $500 higher then $900.... So I was wondering wht kind of suspension are we getting? They have the shocks that can be adjusted at the mount
So you guys are buying them whether there are ppl on the list or not?
I need to look up the mod that has to be done for eibach springs...[/b]
You will be getting the Kontrol Pro Series coilover. I am a dealer so I am able to get pricing that suits the average joe. I can only place the order once at least 7 members have signed and paid.
I am not aware of any modification that is necessary.
Your better off getting the whole kit. Not just the rear. Not good either to have your rear sitting off stock springs and the front on stock springs. Do them all 4.
Im sure their wont be any modification needed since they are making them for our cars. It should bolt right up. They are easier to install than springs IMO. All you do is take out the strut and spring assembly and re-install the new coilovers. You dont have to take your stock spring off the stock strut. No need for a spring compressor.
I was never aware of the modification needed for the Eibachs. Ive had Eibachs for about 5 years now and never had a problem.
I would jump all over this group buy if I had the money. Maybe the time this is actually going on I might.
BTW, do these have the bolts on the top of the strut where you can adjust the height? I know it would be easy in the front but what about the back? Would they adjust the same way?[/b]
There shouldn't be any modification necessary.
You may or may not have to use the stock top mount, but that will be relayed to me when the kit is made, so applications force you to use the stock top mount.
You will be able to adjust the height from the bottom mount. It is awesome because you are not adjusting the spring, therefore not losing the stroke of the strut itself.