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      03-03-2010, 12:06 PM   #1
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Coilovers that work w EDC

Are there any out there that work with the EDC?
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I believe the closest thing is from Ground Control which is a coilover kit that uses youe stock EDC shock. There are a couple threads in the suspension section of the forum.
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KW makes a coilover system that will work if you have EDC, but it disables it. I'm guessing you want to retain EDC function?
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I believe the closest thing is from Ground Control which is a coilover kit that uses youe stock EDC shock. There are a couple threads in the suspension section of the forum.

+1 - I think this is the best way to go if you want height adjust-ability and retain EDC

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KW makes a coilover system that will work if you have EDC, but it disables it. I'm guessing you want to retain EDC function?
Since he said WITH thats a safe guess. Any coilover system will work if you want to defeat EDC.
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yeah im pretty much wanna keep this function ....
I guess im just gonna stick with the springs
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I believe the closest thing is from Ground Control which is a coilover kit that uses youe stock EDC shock. There are a couple threads in the suspension section of the forum.
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