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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
has anyone had, have, or heard about the ground control coil-overs? i know you have to send your after market shocks to them for the install but are they any good on the track/street? they are the stiffest coil-overs made i think. front 950 rear 600.
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
You can have any spring rate you want in any coilover - there are several companies who sell them to your specs.

Jeff
 
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i know but i was just wondering about the ground controls. thats the ones they had but i never asked if they would make another set up. think they will?
 
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GC are good, many SCCA IT(S,A,B,etc.) racer's use them. All they are is a threaded sleeve(with collar) that slides over your struts. GC uses ERS race springs which are very good, and you can pick you spring rate when you order them 950/600, 1950/1600 :eek: whatever you like. Just make sure you have good struts.
 
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I have a set of ground control advanced design coilovers i am willing to let go cheap. They need to be revalved but will let them go for $1000
 
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How do you like GC advanced design's. I heard they are pretty good. I also heard you can revalve them yourself, is this true and is it easy to do? I am not in the market for suspension parts just curious.
 
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Hmm i never really looked into it. There seems to be a misconception on this board about the GC advanced designs shocks. The units are all one piece. They use koni shocks adapted to a GC body much like an hks or or bilstien fully adjustable coilover assembly.
 
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Lotaboost - How have you liked your GC coilovers?? Please email me if you still have them for sale.
Jeff
 
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