Hwl and Kyb rs pro coilovers

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Hi can anyone tell me how low the kyb rs pro can take the satria neo, fasmoto tell me 100mm and kakimoto tell me 40-50mm. I need to drop about 70mm..any suggestions, I'm looking at kyb rs pro or hwl hi lo, need to know what mm drop they have

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hye there...the 100mm like u dun have much of the suspension travel
 

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KYB RS Pro is a high low coilovers. Which means when you lower it, it compresses the spring which then also reduces the suspension travel. Besides, when i surveyed for this KYB for my persona (my plan is front half finger and rear about 1 finger clearance), they suggested not to go for kyb as there will be tyre rub due to KYB soft nature. If you plan to lower your car at about 70mm, i will say try save and go for the ones with body shift
 

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KYB RS Pro is a high low coilovers. Which means when you lower it, it compresses the spring which then also reduces the suspension travel. Besides, when i surveyed for this KYB for my persona (my plan is front half finger and rear about 1 finger clearance), they suggested not to go for kyb as there will be tyre rub due to KYB soft nature. If you plan to lower your car at about 70mm, i will say try save and go for the ones with body shift
Funny, I have one set hi/lo and to lower I need to reduce the compression of the springs so that the weight of the car settles on it. Compressing the springs actually pushes the car up so it goes higher:hmmmm:
 

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Funny, I have one set hi/lo and to lower I need to reduce the compression of the springs so that the weight of the car settles on it. Compressing the springs actually pushes the car up so it goes higher:hmmmm:
Ke aku kena tipu by the shop so that I will buy HWL instead of KYB. Because that's what he told and then he suggest the hwl :hmmmm:
 

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Funny, I have one set hi/lo and to lower I need to reduce the compression of the springs so that the weight of the car settles on it. Compressing the springs actually pushes the car up so it goes higher:hmmmm:
Ok just checked and you was right. Looks like I received the different explanation or interpret it wrongly. Anyhow thanks