Please recommend me the most durable and serviceable hi-lo adjustable

vr2turbo

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vr2turbo

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My experience with sport springs they are low enough but runs the risk of bottoming out if you retain stock shock. Usually i will go with sport shocks to pair with it.
Actually have to, stock dampers cannot pair with sport spring, different rating. Dampers will damage faster too.....
 

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TitanRev

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Zerone, GAB, HWL, KYB, D2 etc... budget within 1.5K

my car is ncp150 Vios

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I think you need to add another 3K to get a good suspension. I will put my budget at 4.5K to 5K for suspension. 1.5K just don't cut it.
 
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My experience with stock dampers + shortened springs = boing boing boing boing boing. Sit behind sure vomit. Lucky I can hold on to my steering wheel.
 

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There are sport springs that can match pretty well with stock absorbers, for example Tanabe NF on my Mark X. Last time I paired them with stock absorbers and it still rode nicely almost like stock, not bouncy. Afterwards matched with TRD absorbers is even better. But the Eibach on my son's Swift is rather bouncy paired with normal KYB Excel G.