they hold out pretty good on stock shocks. friend of mine has s techs on his ek4 for a while now and its nice
yeah, unless you get a real nice coilover and strut kit, they are usually a bit bumpier comared to just drop springs. At least from my expirience.Ok that is 1 .
Im choosing between Megan coilover sleeves and TEIN S.TECH springs.
Think the coilover sleeves will result in a bumpy ride? Thats what I heard
But do you run them on STOCK shocks?yeah, unless you get a real nice coilover and strut kit, they are usually a bit bumpier comared to just drop springs. At least from my expirience.
The tien s-techs are good for an average of about 1.5-1.8 inches. I run them and it is a pretty decent drop. Not too much, not too little. I think you will be okay on stock shocks. If you go much over 1.8-2.0", i would upgrade for the sake of saving you trouble in the future.
good luck and beware of the tein s-tech scam.. i dont know if its still arounds but be sure you buy from a legit seller.
no sir i do not. I run dropzone shocks. They provide a very good ride. I know people do run them on stock shocks without problems. I'm sure you could get away with it pretty easliy with the s-techs because the drop is so small. But if you are really worried about it then just put the s-techs on and think about upgrading your shocks in the future. not really a big deal.But do you run them on STOCK shocks?
they should hold up just fine. I would probably think about upgrading in the future, but they should be just fine for a while.NICE I hope my OEM shocks will hold the TEIN springs
DAMN that looks good! How is the ride comfort? Stoch Shocks?I just got a set for x-mass and put them on stock struts. So far they actuall ride better than my old warn out 150k mine stockers. PLuss it looks a whole lot better.
Please share!yeah i had tein s techs on my 96 4 door civic on stock shocks they held up nicely and i felt a big difference from stock to the teins