One of the email links on the site points to an AOL account that works when you click it (link text still shows other address). Just got a set of mounts a week or so ago.Is ISC still in business?
I can't get a hold of them via phone, and their email address no longer works.
I'm on lowering springs and Koni sport dampers. I wantWhy do you need more shock travel? Many happy customer with both products..... I wouldn't shell out the cash for the FM ones though. ISC works at the track, so despite their looks, I wouldn't think twice about buying some.
BTW: If you're on stock shocks/springs, they're most likely blown; that's why the ride sucks, not the lack of travel.
That's valuable information!EDIT: I see you have a 94. Try switching to 99+ tophats. No change in travel, but they'll drop you down about 1/2 inch.
Raise your car and put the helper springs back on. If you choose not to do that, buy extended top hats.got a question, i recently bought rokkor, ricelands new line same **** different color, and im having an issue with hitting the bumpstop. i have already read to remove helper springs and cut bumpstops for a shittier but low ride. What im asking is would 99+ tophats or isc be the way to go?
i know i made the choice and knew it. hit a curb a month ago and bent a strut so cheap fix, 350$ shipped with a 3 year warrenty, ehh. deffinately gonna get some teins or megans soonthat's what racelands/rokkors do..live with it. live with your shitty suspension choice! LIVE WITH IT!
a. like my height and b. would have to get another alignment so im just gonna try and fix existing. then use the same tops with new suspension later down the road... thanks XDRaise your car and put the helper springs back on. If you choose not to do that, buy extended top hats.
how so? just curious. i know theyre not 1000$ coils but from what iv heard/ read they get the job done, i am not tracking with these..You got robbed...fucking robbed. XD