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I'm sorta caught in between.... First I'd like to get a set of Coil overs... but I don't know how to tune them... I've played with GT3 but that's no where near reality. But I'd like to get a set and tune them I'm lookin for a go-cart responds with comfort.

Next theses are my choices... either a set of Buddy Clubs or JIC( highend model)... the reason... both come with pillow mounts, both have camber adjustments... both are inverted struts...

But which is better for a new tuner... I'd like to get a 1" drop away the way around and sorta get a even look. What should I do?
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Rudy
 

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The JICs are the way to go. They are re-engineered for American roads, quiet, and rust proof. You don't loose suspension travel when lowering them either. Once you have your JICs, I can teach you how to tune them and set them up the first time. There are many special steps that must be taken to ensure they work properly.
 

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Thanks for the offer but I was thinking about getting it from some dude... that's sellin it for some krazzy price... I doubt that you'll spill the knowledge then... I'll understand
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Rudy
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Still didn't answer my question... anyone???
 

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Buddy Club has no official presence in the US. So, you will get suspension valved for very smooth JDM roads. That is bad.
 

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ah... good point... I'll have to talk to him about that... But that still doesn't really answer some of my questions... also I wasn't talkin about getting the buddy club at an exclusive price I was talking about the JIC
Thanks for the heads up though
Rudy
 
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