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coilovers are not much better..they still have a really harsh ride....but the beauty of them is that u can adjust how soft are hard u want the ride to be..u can do this with adjustable shocks also....unless ur willing to shell out over 1500 for a set of coilovers....the avg driver will benefit more from just a basic spring/adj shock combo and u'll save urself alot more money too.....
 

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I agree, since you said you were cheap, i am assuming you dont want to spend $1200 (the cheapest coilovers i have seen). I would get some mildly adjustable struts to put on in conjunction with your springs. This will save you time, like MRQturbo said. Drive it for a while and make your adjustments accordingly. Your springs and struts should come out to about 40% the price of coilovers.
 

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TRD Springs was install today. The TRD springs are cool. The car rides better and not rough at all. I will be glad when I get off work. I am going to have some fun. Next I am getting Rear Strut Bar. Any experiences with TRD Rear Strut Bar?
 

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