i bought a set, luv them. wouldnt trade them for the world. not to stiff, but not soft either. i paid $332 for mine, shipped from carparts.com. i have heard the kyb's give a softer ride and they tend to leak as well.
i have a set of tokico's and i love 'em....it was worth the $220 i paid for them (thanks to a 33% off coupon). i, too, have heard poor things about the kyb gr2's...the kyb adjustables are supposed to be pretty decent but the non-adjustable gr2's aren't. i don't really know for sure but that's what i've heard....plus many people i've spoken to say that kyb's don't hold up to aftermarket springs too well...i'm not going to say anything more because i already have a set of struts i'm happy with and i'm sure there are lots of people out there who are happy with the kyb's...so, to each his own...besides, there are only a few companies out there that people unanimously agree are bad....can anyone say pacesetter?
that's about what i figured. i wish i could've got my tokicos at a better price though, i just paid $400
but i did get my eibachs for $180. should i expect any camber problems?
i haven't heard anything good about pacecetter either, can anyone suggest a good universal..maybe with dual dtms?
camber problems? what's that? actually, i haven't gotten my wheels aligned since i've put on the struts and springs. i've checked the wear on my tires and they seem to be pretty even...i don't think you should have any camber problems unless you're slamming your car about 2" or more, but i could be wrong...as for universal mufflers, check out arospeed, borla, magnaflow, or apexi....check ebay or groupbuycenter.com....hope that helps!
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