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    Anyone recognize these coil overs?

    Found a set of coil overs for a very fair price. They have never been installed but I'm pretty sure they are e-bay brand. It's called Proexhaust... but I can't find any info on them.
    They are a 2inch drop in the rear and a 2.5 inch drop in the front, will I need to make camber adjustments to compensate for such a low drop?

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    pretty sure i found a similiar brand... for $40 less than hes asking brand new... lol DNA MITSUBISHI 3000GT 90-99 ADJUSTABLE COILOVER SPRINGS | eBay
    better be something special about these.

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    They're garbage, don't waste your money. They have horrific quality and will likely fall apart, not to mention the spring rates are most likely completely wrong for a 3S.

    Yes, for that much of a drop you would need adjustable arms in the rear. The front would be at the edge of the alignment.
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    Those aren't real coilovers. Don't waste your money.

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    Wouldn't really be wasting my money I talked him down to $30 lol. Looks like I'd just be wasting my time lol.

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    No you'll still be wasting money because those will blow your struts out in quick fashion.

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    Save your money and buy a real coil-over kit. A full kit can be had for around $700 which is a great deal considering what you get. The difference between my Megans and the Eibach coil-over kit when I bought my last car, was night and day. The Megans being far superior to the Eibachs. Intrax springs I used on another of my cars were about the same as they Eibachs.

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