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#1 Old 12-26-2012, 02:01 PM
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Megan Racing Coilovers?

I was looking for reviews for this and couldnt find them. Fairly cheap coilovers 32 way adjustable, front camber plates. $799. Anyone have these installed?

Megan Racing Coilovers - Street Series - Lightning Motorsports - Made with bits of real lightning, so you know it's good !

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Those are crap & that add is trying to confuse u. The pic shows the racing ones that are awesome but if u look close then it tell u ur actually getting the Street ones which suck. Stay away!

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IMO, Megans are crap period....probably the cheapest coilovers you can buy for a Hyundai. If you're going to go with coilovers, spend the extra money and go with either Stance or D2 (I think Merf runs these and Neco ran Stance)
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I just sold my Stance for 500 but I loved them.

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Okay... I need to ask you pros a stupid question. I want to lower my Sonata 1 1/2 to 2 inches. This will be the first time I have ever done this. What kind of parts do I need to make this work? I'm not going to do the job myself, but have a mechanic do it. Also... please recommend parts from a particular company. I know Merf uses d2's. So, do I need new coils as well as coilovers? Thanks again!
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coilovers come with everythng you need.. but if your looking at a mild drop.. 1.5 then just get hnr springs.. you save a lot
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Yea If you never had a lowered are i would get the springs first, and drive around like that. to you get the hang of missing pot holes and the right way to go over a speed bump.
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Thanks for the info... I appreciate it very much. I'm still very much in the learning stage!
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