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I may be looking at getting something different so I'm throwing these up for sale. I have some Bilsteins with about 5000kms on them since they were revalved by Bernie at Stewart Development (2 hillclimbs, 3 track days and some DD). Before the revalve I had them on the car for about two months and maybe 5 autoX's. Springs are 450lb eibachs in the rear and 700lb Suspension Spring Specialists springs in the front. Collars are some annodized blue ones I bought from a vendor on mt.net (proper sleeves not ebay crap) and the rears have ISC 1.5'' top hats, front are stock NA.

I'd be looking for $1400 for everything.
 

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You probably won't like that you have to post pics too otherwise it'll be locked.
 

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Well I guess I'll go crawl under my car then... not that you'll be able to see anything in the photo.
 

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So would these be similar to the $1700 FCM Elite Coilovers? Were they valved specifically for those spring rates? What's your ride height at?
 

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Yes they are valved for my rates +- 100lbs according to Bernie. I am at 4'' front, 4.25'' rear (at the pinch welds).

From what I've read although I have no experience with FCM, the valving on these uses superior parts and better valving.
 

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fcm uses all upgraded parts internally...the SD units use similar quality parts to fcm. I'd imagine their curves are fairly similar. So yes these are very similar to the FCM coilovers...just have the ISC mounts...they are not as comfy as the FCM ones but they work good from my experience.
 

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Thanks for the clarification. Like I said, I don't know much about FCMs... I do know that going from non valved to valved on these was a WORLD of difference.
 
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