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Old 03-16-2019, 10:34 AM   #1
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Tein Flex Z vs ST coilovers

Iím cross shopping the two. Prices are about 150 apart. Iím mainly using it for lowering and accommodating wider wheels down the road. I seldom track my car, just occasional canyon run and it is not my DD. I want something comfortable and not making clunky noises. I know ST is not damping adjustable, hows the preset damping compare to stock ride? Is Tein flex z more harsh to ride on compare to ST?
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