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Old 03-27-2013, 09:28 AM   #1
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Default Progress coilovers

I read the reviews and I will be buying the CS2 kit soon sometime next month. Don't wanna place the order yet cuz I don't have any f/r sway bar.

Is it ok to just get the coilover install first and then get the sway bar later? It will be my first upgrade.

I'm getting 350f/r. What is the best/max adjustable rate I can get out of for 16 in wheel?
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Is it ok to just get the coilover install first and then get the sway bar later?
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Progress coilovers.

Progressive insurance.

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They could have progressive spring rates?
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