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PIC REQUEST: 350z with Tein Street Basis Z Coilovers *Lowest setting*

Old 04-01-2019, 12:00 PM
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Default PIC REQUEST: 350z with Tein Street Basis Z Coilovers *Lowest setting*

Hey everyone, I was wondering if somebody could post a picture of their 350z on Tein Street Basis Z coilovers at the lowest setting. My current coilovers are wearing out and I'm thinking of buying these but I'm not sure if they go as low as I would like. I think they go to about a 2.1" drop in the rear and the front is about 3" but I honestly don't really know what that looks like.

If there is another thread that has these pictures that I somehow missed apologies for this post, but I couldn't find any.

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Old 04-03-2019, 06:48 AM
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Would not suggest slamming it on Tein Street Basis, they utilize spring rate to adjust ride height. If you just need sharper suspension and a mild drop I love Tein, but if you plan to slam you're better off with maybe Tein Flex Z or some other coilover.

You also have the ability to modify or trim the tein rear spring rubber perch to gain another 0.5 inch i believe for Zs.

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Old 04-03-2019, 08:20 AM
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Originally Posted by BQPham View Post
Would not suggest slamming it on Tein Street Basis, they utilize spring rate to adjust ride height. If you just need sharper suspension and a mild drop I love Tein, but if you plan to slam you're better off with maybe Tein Flex Z or some other coilover.

You also have the ability to modify or trim the tein rear spring rubber perch to gain another 0.5 inch i believe for Zs.
I donít want to slam my car, I just want it to sit how it sits now
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Old 04-03-2019, 08:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Gor Kikanian View Post
I donít want to slam my car, I just want it to sit how it sits now
thats pretty well slammed.
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