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Old 01-13-2018, 05:01 PM   #15
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High end coil overs don’t automatically equal prices like these. I can name several race winning brands who’s double adjustable sets cost ~$3-5k all in.

Ive never heard of this brand before this thread and have been racing for almost 20 years.
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Old 01-13-2018, 05:18 PM   #16
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High end coil overs donít automatically equal prices like these. I can name several race winning brands whoís double adjustable sets cost ~$3-5k all in.

Ive never heard of this brand before this thread and have been racing for almost 20 years.
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Old 01-13-2018, 05:44 PM   #17
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They could be the bees knees. Iím just one guy, a nobody, thatís been racing for 20 years (both road racing and drag racing competitively) and I have never heard of them.
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Old 01-13-2018, 06:49 PM   #18
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They could be the bees knees. Iím just one guy, a nobody, thatís been racing for 20 years (both road racing and drag racing competitively) and I have never heard of them.
Been doin this for a while myself. Also never heard of em, which is why I balked at the price immediately.
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Old 01-13-2018, 08:28 PM   #19
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[QUOTE=HyperspaceTurd;10040857]I guess I'm used to buying parts for rice-burners. Motons/Ohlins/AST top shelf stuff used to be around 1K per corner max. Decent ground-control/koni combos could be built for 2K for something like a WRX or EVO or 240sx.

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This is one of those market thingys.
Rice burner parts outsell Camaro parts 100 to 1.

They would sell maybe 10 camaro kits.
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Old 01-13-2018, 09:27 PM   #20
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High end coil overs donít automatically equal prices like these. I can name several race winning brands whoís double adjustable sets cost ~$3-5k all in.

Ive never heard of this brand before this thread and have been racing for almost 20 years.
Never heard of detroit speed engineering?

They been around for a while. Alot of the guys in the optima ultimate street search series run em. They were mostly for olf school muscle before now
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Old 01-14-2018, 11:40 AM   #21
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Never heard of detroit speed engineering?

They been around for a while. Alot of the guys in the optima ultimate street search series run em. They were mostly for olf school muscle before now
This. All of the competitive and series winning Gen 5 Camaros run the DSE/JRI coilovers.
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Old 01-14-2018, 11:08 PM   #22
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This. All of the competitive and series winning Gen 5 Camaros run the DSE/JRI coilovers.
I was staring to wonder if i'd gone mad lol. DSE/JRI stuff is as good at you'll find. I knew someone would chime in sooner or later.
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Old 01-14-2018, 11:11 PM   #23
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High end coil overs donít automatically equal prices like these. I can name several race winning brands whoís double adjustable sets cost ~$3-5k all in.

Ive never heard of this brand before this thread and have been racing for almost 20 years.
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Old 01-15-2018, 10:21 AM   #24
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Guys, this is race car stuff. These arent for going back and forth to car meets. The price reflects those of the high end Penske's , JRI's etc.

I think the DSSV's are a great buy considering you can change the springs, but if you are seriously into racing, you need to have valves rebuilt at the end of the year, re dyno'd etc. You cannot do that with DSSV as far as I know.They are great for a tracked Street car but for serious competition racing have some short falls.

Nice buy op, I bet they are great.
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This. All of the competitive and series winning Gen 5 Camaros run the DSE/JRI coilovers.
You meant to say Penske.
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You meant to say Penske.
Not really, I meant ďstreet carsĒ , i.e. Ken Thwaits and Bryan Johnson. But youíre correct pertaining to real race cars.
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$3700 for a pair of front struts that aren't even inverted style? And no-name springs to go with them, and a really flimsy looking drop-link tab. I'm with ninetres on this, these look like show-car parts and not something I'd see at the track.

The 15 years I've been tracking, I've never heard of this brand on any track car. Looking at their website, they appear to cater to the resto-mod muscle crowd.

Given they're not in Detroit, or even Michigan, I'm also a bit annoyed at their name.
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$3700 for a pair of front struts that aren't even inverted style? And no-name springs to go with them, and a really flimsy looking drop-link tab. I'm with ninetres on this, these look like show-car parts and not something I'd see at the track.

The 15 years I've been tracking, I've never heard of this brand on any track car. Looking at their website, they appear to cater to the resto-mod muscle crowd.

Given they're not in Detroit, or even Michigan, I'm also a bit annoyed at their name.
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