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I am looking at upgrading my struts and have been looking at the Koni Yellow Adjustables and Tokico Illumina Adjustible. The Tokico's are a little cheaper. Also I found the new Tokico D-Spec Struts w/ springs. Was wondering if anyone had any info on those as well.
 

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I just installed the D-specs. Stillen had them on sale for 436 and I couldn't pass it up. Its an awesome ride now. soft for touring if I want, or tight for handling. You can get them for about 499 on ebay.
 

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Thanks, glad to hear good things about the D-Spec, because that is def. the cheapest option. Also, how much did it lower your car? I usually don't just go for the cheapest parts but im buying the Greddy TT kit this month and I really would like to buy suspension that is the best quality for the price, thats why I'm not going with a coilover kit but rather struts and springs. Anyother input would be great.
 

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changing shocks/struts doesn't lower the car. Changing springs does. I used Eibachs a long time ago for a little over an inch, I guess.
 

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Yeah i know that, but the Tokico D-spec struts come with springs. Like a coilover kit that just doesn't really...coilover i guess. Just a strut/spring kinda combo.
 

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or maybe its not, now that I look more closely it seems it doesn't come with the springs, haha, stupid me, my bad
 
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