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CobaltForge 08-09-2008 11:49 AM

Nex Type SS and D2 Coilovers?
Hey guys, I was trolling eBay and ran across these 2 coilovers. What do you guys think?

NEX Coilovers (link)

This kit will fit Subaru Legacy Sedan's from 2005+. You are looking at one of the finest made coilover kits available. The NEX Type SS kit has all the features of a racing coilover without the harsh ride and cost. The NEX Type SS is designed to allow the vehicle to be lowered without affecting shock stroke or spring preload. This is done by separating the spring preload adjustment from the ride height adjustment. As a result of this unique design, the ride quality is not affected by ride height! This is only found on a few kits! Adjustment range is for the front is 1.5"-2.5" and the rear is a 1.0-2.5" lowering. Please note that wheel offset is critical and a spacer may be needed when standard wheel / tire combination is used.


D2 Coilovers (link)

Vehicle application:
05+ Subaru Legacy
Authentic D2 Racing Coilovers Suspension System - Set of 4
pictures are for illustration purposes only
  • 36 way dampner and rebound adjustable monotube system
  • seperate height and preload adjustments allowing for optimal adjustment and allowing full strut travel at all times
  • 6061 high quality aluminum - powder coated for more protection
  • Threads are teflon coated to prevent rust
  • Includes 2 keys to adjust ride height
  • Rebuildable and serviceable in the USA
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Solid Aluminum Top Mounts: No
  • Adjustable Top Camber Plate: Front & Rear
  • Spring Rate Fronts: 8.7
  • Spring Rate Rears: 8.7
  • Part #: D2-S07-3
Why Buy D2 Racing Coilovers?

They offer more adjustability than the Tein basics or any other brand in it's price range
They are better quality than any coilover in it's class
D2 Racing Coilovers are actually used by a large number of racing sanctions
Monotube designs are lighter and disperse heat and perform better under extreme conditions, plus they last longer than twin tube designs

Why Buy D2 Racing Coilovers from Tuners Outlet?
We have the items in stock
We are the new authorized eBay retailer
We offer tech support
We offer a full year warranty

Quick Q&A
Q: How low can you adjust the D2 coilovers?
A: Most applications can be adjusted up to 120mm
Q: I heard Coilovers make a knocking noise?
A: Improper installation is usually the cause. Tightening the collar usualy eliminates this problem. Lastly if the shock seems to be defective please contact us.
Q: Are D2 Coilovers certified or tested?
A: Yes by the TUV/ ISO 9001:2000, TUV osterrich, FIA for some parts as well as testing reports from WORLD "ARTC" (Automotive Research Testing Center).

Q: Can I get custom spring rates?
A: We are now offering custom spring rates for an additional $180, assembled by D2!

Knight705 08-09-2008 11:56 AM

D2 looks like the Ksports, right down to the brake brackets u have to mount yourself. it has been said (at least in sentra forums) that the ksports/d2 are both built in the same factory but of course d2 and ksport denies it.

DiscoWagon 08-10-2008 10:29 AM

Check out STANCE:

Th3Franz 08-10-2008 01:10 PM

If you're getting coilovers for performance, I would probably look elsewhere. imo, it's almost impossible for a company to design a good performance coilover when their products are not used in any form of organized professional motorsport. The brands that people have positive experiences with time and time again are the ones you see on real race cars.

If you want to slam your car, cheap coilovers will get the job done. If you want it to truly perform, then it is probably worth it to spend the extra cash. Keep in mind that it is common practice to reduce cost by designing one coilover and simply welding on different mounting brackets for fitment on a variety of cars. The problem with this is that so many cars are so different in their handling and weight distribution to begin with, so you don't get an ideal solution.

whitetiger 08-10-2008 01:22 PM

the NEX ones dont even have accomidations for the abs wires and brake lines.

LegacyDan 08-10-2008 02:23 PM

i had D2 coilovers on my Altezza, horrible, seals burst after a month they were repaired under warranty, seals burst again after 2 months, demanded a refund. Anyone i know that has had them in the past cant say a good word about them.K-sport is the sister company of D2. both made in the same factory. a guy i used to know on the Oz/NZ lexus club worked beside the factory, he said they would have more broken coilovers coming back, than going out of the factory :lol:

Tein, HKS, Buddyclub is what i would go for

Long Island Legacy 08-14-2008 08:41 AM

Oh Man D2. aren't they made in Korea. They try and work up brand popularity by making there logo look like the D2 sponsor from the Benz DTM cars of the late 90's. D2 vodafone is what your saw on the silver benz's,not D2 suspension products. Save up for a legit set ie. Buddy Club Cusco, Ohilns ,Tein etc.

unclemat 08-14-2008 08:47 AM


Han'sGT 08-14-2008 09:54 AM

^ :lol:

love the comment. never heard of either one, i'd look elsewhere.

KW, Tein, Bilstein, Racecomp, Megan....

Long Island Legacy 08-14-2008 10:14 AM


Originally Posted by Han'sGT (Post 2009654)
^ :lol:

love the comment. never heard of either one, i'd look elsewhere.

KW, Tein, Bilstein, Racecomp, Megan....

They only look cool the D2's other then that there be junky rusty in about a year. I remember a thread about a guy who had a ton of rust on his D2's.

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