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Old 10-07-2005, 02:28 PM   #1
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hi all,

i intend to change my myvi spring soon. what the "good" type/ brand that already in the market now. i noticed that only eibach and tanabe available in the market. which one is better in term of comfortness, lowered etc... hope all sifus cn give comments..........
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Old 10-07-2005, 05:54 PM   #2
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Jaafar of JFA Sunway used Sparco for his myvi..

he said he bought the one for kenari and fix it to his myvi.



since we are talking bout myvi here, anybody know the correct tyre measurement for 16'' in myvi ?

is 205 45 16 suitable for myvi ?
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Old 10-08-2005, 09:57 AM   #3
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issit the kenari spring can use for myvi?? if compared to weight ratio, myvi is more heavier....
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i used eibach spring very2 good performen.cornering very cun
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Try HWL full adjust low/hi absorber

One set RM1700++...:X-:
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HWL got soft and hard for myvi or not ar..?
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HWL got soft and hard for myvi or not ar..?
Oh... Don't have oh...
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any recommend for Kelisa with 15" wheels ar? wanna lowered, but worried will scratch la... especially with 2-3 passengers... What the price range ar?
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kelisa with 15s wheels n scared kena scratch ?
i think most of those tayar shops know how to hentam the '' mar garg '' rite ?
i see some of my frens did it. Even for Myvi if throw a 17'' also will scratch. But same solving la , hentam '' mar gard ''
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hi all,

i intend to change my myvi spring soon. what the "good" type/ brand that already in the market now. i noticed that only eibach and tanabe available in the market. which one is better in term of comfortness, lowered etc... hope all sifus cn give comments..........
EIBACH will suit more for comfort purpose, while Tanabe will be bumpy a bit, Gap will be the most stiff among the three in term of sport spring non-adjustable.

If you are looking for hardcore performance and don't mind stiff,bumpy and hard ride then go get adjustable abs n spring.:regular_smile:
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