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    Killer Deal On Tein S Techs

    I just wanted to give everyone a heads up. I just picked up a set of Tein S Tech springs from PMP for $190. They had a group buy and six people fell through. I picked up one set today and ChargerX3 has grabbed another. So, there are four sets left. Both of us are local but Jason said he will do $190 shipped.

    So, if you're interested I suggest you get a hold of Jason at PMP.

    Phone: 888.815.2953

    E-Mail: Jason@pricematchedparts.com

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    Man that sucks that people always flake on those things. If I didn't already have a set of eibachs that I STILL need to mount I would be all over this. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MADMarc View Post
    Man that sucks that people always flake on those things. If I didn't already have a set of eibachs that I STILL need to mount I would be all over this. Thanks for the heads up.
    What are the Eibachs suppose to drop the car? And would your Eibachs work with a TT with ECS?

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    Eibachs are SUPPOSED to drop the car 1.3" but I have read different opinions across the forums. Some people got less and some people got just that or about 1.5"...personally I'm hoping for at least an inch hahah. As for working w/the ECS I am not really sure but I dont see why not. They mate up to the ecs struts perfectly from what I have read but I plan on getting rid of the system and snagging some GR-2s...that is what's taking me so damn long. I got set back on the struts due to a really good deal gone bad and haven't mustered up the cash to get the correct struts yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by MADMarc View Post
    Eibachs are SUPPOSED to drop the car 1.3" but I have read different opinions across the forums. Some people got less and some people got just that or about 1.5"...personally I'm hoping for at least an inch hahah. As for working w/the ECS I am not really sure but I dont see why not. They mate up to the ecs struts perfectly from what I have read but I plan on getting rid of the system and snagging some GR-2s...that is what's taking me so damn long. I got set back on the struts due to a really good deal gone bad and haven't mustered up the cash to get the correct struts yet
    I have eibach adjustable ground control springs. I can drop my car pretty damn low to the ground. The bad side to it is my car is very very bouncy as if you hit a dip in the road you see the whole front of the car bounce and you might hit your head on the ceiling. On a well paved road the car feels amazing! So amazing that it makes me not want to get coil overs.
    vroom vroom i drive a 93 toyota mr2.

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    Clint, any word on when his next shipment is coming in?

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    There are lower prices on Ebay but then we're not supporting our vendors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimvr4 View Post
    There are lower prices on Ebay but then we're not supporting our vendors.
    I went through 3 sellers before I got real Teins though. Thank god for return policy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindmist View Post
    I went through 3 sellers before I got real Teins though. Thank god for return policy.
    True, you have to be careful. Here's a web page from Tein that shows you how to identify real vs. fake http://www.tein.com/counterfeit/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimvr4 View Post
    True, you have to be careful. Here's a web page from Tein that shows you how to identify real vs. fake http://www.tein.com/counterfeit/
    The sellers had the correct images posted of real ones too. For $190, I would go with PMP and save the hassle.

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