Eibach or S Tech Tein Springs Group Buy

Eibach or S Tech Tein Springs Group Buy

Postby T-REXX » Wed May 06, 2009 2:56 pm

Hi Guys

sorry for the late notice..

But im bringing in a LARGE Shippment of springs from overseas.

These will be here in 5 to 6 weeks..

* Kit is called the PRO-Kit
* Price for a set of 4 EIBACHS for the 05 onwards GTs/STi etc
* Price for a seat of 4 Tein S Techs for the 05 onwards GT/STis
* I dont not know if these will fit the 3.0Rs or the 2.5 N/A
* I have 5 days to confirm orders for these Springs..
* These ARE THE ONLY ONES that i am bringing in. Nothing for the earlier models..
* Eibach lower the front by 27mm and the rear by 23mm
* Tein lower approx 5 mm a lower then Eibachs
* Eibach is for Sedan only
* Tein is for both Sedan and Wagon

Ive only ordered 2 sets for the Libertys in Eibach but if people want to get these whilst im doing the order its a good price to get on board.
If people would like to order these i need a PM with FIRM ORDER by Saturday 10th of May (4 days away)

Price is $495......... firm

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Postby Woodduck » Wed May 06, 2009 3:18 pm

I would consider these if you could confirm fitment on a 3.0R...but im guessing you cant, and i cant afford to take a $500 gamble atm lol!
'06 LIBERTY 3.0R SPEC B SEDAN --- 6SP Manual - 19" Kahn RS-V rims - V-Tune - STI Short Shifter - Tein S-techs - Corazon Grill - Phats Quad Mufflers - STi front lip - Brembo brakes with slotted rotors - More to come ;)

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Postby AndrewCowley » Wed May 06, 2009 4:07 pm

Would these fit an MY04 GT? I didn't think there was any difference in the 05 vs. 04 with regard to suspension.

Also would it be ok to use these with the stock shock absorbers, or would the use of these springs assume you are changing the shocks as well?
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Postby T-REXX » Wed May 06, 2009 4:19 pm

Shocks are fine from stock

as for 04 i dont know 100%....

as for 3.0 ill try and find out

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Postby dwayne » Wed May 06, 2009 4:21 pm

Woodduck wrote:I would consider these if you could confirm fitment on a 3.0R...but im guessing you cant, and i cant afford to take a $500 gamble atm lol!


I've seen them on a MY07 3.0R Spec B Wagon. If they fit on a spec B they should fit on the 3.0R fine - but I can't confirm.


Troy, without being a pain, any idea what's involved in fitting these (cost wise), and freight to Perth ? I'm starting to push the very end of my mod money..........

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Postby AndrewCowley » Wed May 06, 2009 4:30 pm

T-REXX wrote:Shocks are fine from stock

as for 04 i dont know 100%....

as for 3.0 ill try and find out

Troy

Do you have the model number for each of these? I'll try to find out the 04 situation. Would be surprised if they didn't fit. Have always thought the suspension components were fully interchangable between 04 and 05.
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Postby 04GTLIB » Wed May 06, 2009 4:44 pm

Troy.

If a set of the Tein's will fit our 04 Wagon I'm a definite.

$495 for the Eibach's is an awesome price as I was quoted $645 plus freight about 2 months ago.

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Postby dutch7 » Wed May 06, 2009 4:59 pm

Teins can be found here -> http://www.tein.com/products/s_tech_price_list.html
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I'm still tossing up whether to save for coilovers or get a set of Teins, anything ought to be better than the King lows I have on at the moment..

Troy, what would postage be to Melbs?
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Postby Woodduck » Wed May 06, 2009 9:12 pm

dwayne wrote:
Woodduck wrote:I would consider these if you could confirm fitment on a 3.0R...but im guessing you cant, and i cant afford to take a $500 gamble atm lol!


I've seen them on a MY07 3.0R Spec B Wagon. If they fit on a spec B they should fit on the 3.0R fine - but I can't confirm.


Troy, without being a pain, any idea what's involved in fitting these (cost wise), and freight to Perth ? I'm starting to push the very end of my mod money..........

Cheers

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My bad, i have '06 3.0R spec B!
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Postby Arith » Thu May 07, 2009 12:08 am

Troy, not to break up the party here, but please be careful about getting the Japanese Tein S.Techs.

Because if I remember correctly, Phat ordered the JDM S.Techs for Phil's (MY07GT) car. But the springs just didn't fit right. The front was ended up being like 3 inches higher than the back, causing for a very awkward looking stance. Something about how the JDM shocks and Bilsteins are much different to ours.

Phat had to send them back to Tein in Japan for changes ... twice! Each time he requested changes to be made in order to fit the Australian Liberty. Finally the 3rd iteration from Tein yielded success! So now when Phat orders S.Techs from Japan, they send him the 'Phat Special Edition' S.Techs, which are his customised springs for the Australian Libs. It will have the same catalogue number but have an extension at the end to denote they are the special Phat ones.

In any case, I'm sure Phil or Phat can confirm their 1st hand version of events. The fitment issue was the same for MY04-MY08 GT, GT-B, 3.0R, 3.0R-B, 2.5 NA, and 2.0 NA.

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Postby TorpedoCreative » Thu May 07, 2009 12:10 am

I got mine through Phat and they car sits perfect :)
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Postby dwayne » Thu May 07, 2009 1:08 am

Yeah I like your look James, the STi springs are an OK height but the S-Tech's look the sh!t.

What did fitting cost you locally ?
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Postby T-REXX » Thu May 07, 2009 1:33 pm

Thanks Arith..

ill check up on the other things for N/As and 3.0 etc
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Postby swingn » Thu May 07, 2009 2:29 pm

I may be wrong, but I'm pretty sure all the Gen 4's used the same type of springs... In the sedans anyway.

I know the wagons have different springs to the sedan's.
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Postby 04GTLIB » Thu May 07, 2009 2:51 pm

swingn wrote:I may be wrong, but I'm pretty sure all the Gen 4's used the same type of springs... In the sedans anyway.

I know the wagons have different springs to the sedan's.


I know the rear springs would be different between the sedan's and wagon's but would the front springs be the same?
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