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item: sport spec coil-over kit for 14-15 civic si

brand: buddy club

applications: will fit only 14-15 honda civic si

specs: 45mm pistons, steel body with Teflon coating, 7kg 4kg

group buy requirement: 3 buyer

price: please pm me for pricing

shipping: please pm me your zip (postal) code for shipping quote

payment method: paypal gift only or add 4% to total price

items will be ship after 3 commitments are fulfilled, thank you.. please pm me, for more details





 

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I can't believe I'm making the first comment when this hasn't been released yet from Buddy Club on FB, aaaaand that this post is 8 days old. Well price shipped to 28562 and do you have the specs of this set-up?(spring rates and piston size)
 

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I can't believe I'm making the first comment when this hasn't been released yet from Buddy Club on FB, aaaaand that this post is 8 days old. Well price shipped to 28562 and do you have the specs of this set-up?(spring rates and piston size)
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For a daily, the savings from buying FF is gonna make my decision tough.
Friends of mine love their FF setup.
agree to a certain extend, for a daily, savings from buying a civic si is gonna make anyone's decision hard.

so, why do people still prefer buying a civic si over civic LX, EX ? because performance matters, even at daily driven level..
 

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There is a reason Buddy Club is more expensive. I've had a lot of different suspension setups on multiple cars and the Buddy Clubs knock them all out of the water. My tokico alumina setup is my second favorite but look how expensive those are. I don't believe they are available for the 9th gen either. Ultimately it's your decision and your budget. It would suck to buy FF and potentially regret it down the road.
 

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There is a reason Buddy Club is more expensive. I've had a lot of different suspension setups on multiple cars and the Buddy Clubs knock them all out of the water. My tokico alumina setup is my second favorite but look how expensive those are. I don't believe they are available for the 9th gen either. Ultimately it's your decision and your budget. It would suck to buy FF and potentially regret it down the road.
Especially when your safety is concerned. Even more important your passengers and the other drivers on the road. I'll literally spend the extra $200-$300.
 
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Price shipped to 46071, thanks
 

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price shipped to 60123?
 
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