FWIW I agree. I've got an Eibach Pro-kit with the stock shocks and the ride was much improved - slightly softer but much more precise handling - I'll put some Tokico's or koni's in down the track when the stock shocks **** themselves. My car is very much a daily driver so it's nice around town.yeah but coil overs may not give me the ride im after, most give a harder ride than stock
i may have to mix n match shocks and springs, say bilstein, koni or tokico adjustable shocks with a spring with stock spring rates like the Tanabe
Yeah I'm a Melbourne boy - live in Doncaster and work in Burwood East! Re checking out the ride, PM me and we'll organise a time to catch up - I'm around over Xmas & New Year so it should be easy. There's always a coldie in the fridge too...and I'd love to see your car!Guy are u in Melb? Id love to check out the ride with Eibachs. Like i said, i has eibach springs and koni shocks on my Alfa, had the Koni's wound to max firmness, sure it was hard, but it never crashed or twisted over potholes like the Z does
Do you have any pics of the drop with the Eibachs? Did u get the camber back to stock specs?
Ill have to check out the spring rates on the Eibachs, a softer ride is exaclty what i want, especially in the front
The more i read up on these Tokico shocks, the more im steering towards them. Apparently Tokico make the shocks/springs for the Nismo S-tune suspension
As your car is a streeter, I'd recommend the Konis over the Tokicos. I can't speak for their relative performance, but convenience-wise the Tokicos have their damper adjustment at the top of the strut, which is impossible to reach in the back without pulling it out.I'll put some Tokico's or koni's in down the track when the stock shocks **** themselves. My car is very much a daily driver so it's nice around town.