cas8_1999 said:anyone know of this setup and users and price?
Mista McCoilover said:I've never heard of them but they look like the B+G setup. Looks like they are German made so most likely they're pretty good.
Not quite. =)Mista McCoilover said:Oh lord allmighty. With these high priced suspension set-ups. I should be able to go off-road, race on the track, and go right on the street with no problem. And it should ride like a Cadillac.
I doubt you're paying anything for the name. They are truly a race damper company. In those circles there is a lot of competition that most road car enthusiasts haven't even heard of. There's a short article on what's new in race dampers in Race Car Engineering this month. Interesting stuff.cas8_1999 said:it definently sounds good but the question is how much of those thousands are we paying for the name?
2002G20Racer said:Im not taking my car on a road track or anything like that so whats the point of having a race type coilover system on a every day driver street car. I got my Teins for comfort, style and a little better handling.
I could get them for someone who really wanted them. A really good friend of mine is the data acquisition programmer for Roehrig Engineering (manufacturer of shock dynos) and they are an Ohlins dealer.JDMP10 said:Ohlins are the best money can buy in terms of coilovers but there strictly for race not for street, Ohlins makes a kit for the P10 that ive seen in my Hyper Rev book that is very expensive, anywhere from $2500 to $3000. I dont know of anyone that can import these coilovers into the US as its more of a setup youll find on motorcycles like it was said earlier that youll see in the US but if you do have the money and are willing to spend that much you probably wont ever buy another set of coilovers.