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#21 ihiryu

ihiryu
  • LocationKilleen, TX

Posted 24 August 2016 - 12:07 PM

So as of right now we have:

 

2 DR's

 

1 BR/DR setup

 

0 BR

 

Lets generate some more interest!  I might be able to mix and match the DR/BR's if we get enough interest.


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http://tinyurl.com/SpeedHut-Group-Buy

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#22 Gaiden_08

Gaiden_08
  • LocationVirginia Beach, VA

Posted 26 August 2016 - 08:07 AM

I would be interested in a group buy purchase, I think. I have been throwing around the idea of BC or T3 coilovers for some time. And I had one shop tell me they could section my struts and weld in ground controls, but the price was way off. I have 0 suspension anything in my car right now, and I only want to spend the money once, and correctly. What are the major differences between DR vs. BR? Sorry for the nube status, just know that I appreciate your help!

 

Also, does the DR come with the extended stud option? I plan on running braces.


Edited by Gaiden_08, 26 August 2016 - 08:16 AM.


#23 JustinOlson

JustinOlson
  • LocationPortland, Oregon

Posted 07 September 2016 - 10:09 AM

The DR series coilover uses a digressive piston. That is the only difference I can see from the BR series. Ideally we could get BC to produce the RM series which gets you an inverted strut similar to bilsteins. 



#24 seattlejester

seattlejester
  • LocationBellevue, WASHINGTON

Posted 07 September 2016 - 11:41 AM

^They would need to mill out slots for adjustment on car, I've always been concerned that would also let in a bunch of debris.



#25 ihiryu

ihiryu
  • LocationKilleen, TX

Posted 08 September 2016 - 07:50 AM

I would be interested in a group buy purchase, I think. I have been throwing around the idea of BC or T3 coilovers for some time. And I had one shop tell me they could section my struts and weld in ground controls, but the price was way off. I have 0 suspension anything in my car right now, and I only want to spend the money once, and correctly. What are the major differences between DR vs. BR? Sorry for the nube status, just know that I appreciate your help!

 

Also, does the DR come with the extended stud option? I plan on running braces.

 

Yes!

 

The DR series coilover uses a digressive piston. That is the only difference I can see from the BR series. Ideally we could get BC to produce the RM series which gets you an inverted strut similar to bilsteins. 

 

I could do it, but I need guys to commit


Contact me for cheap prices on speedhut gauges, many, many, other things

http://tinyurl.com/SpeedHut-Group-Buy

If we've done business and you were satisfied, a simple "Like" on our facebook page would be all the "thanks" I'd need!

https://www.facebook.com/KRMotorsports


#26 LLave

LLave
  • LocationRohnert Park, CA

Posted 08 September 2016 - 10:02 AM

Yes!

 

 

I could do it, but I need guys to commit

I suggest updating the first post with the details. Which models are available for group buy, what the starting cost is, when funds are due, when product is estimated to be delivered. I would want to know the details prior to committing. 



#27 ihiryu

ihiryu
  • LocationKilleen, TX

Posted 08 September 2016 - 12:13 PM

The problem that I'm having from all the PM's is everyone wants something different, so it's kinda hard.  


Contact me for cheap prices on speedhut gauges, many, many, other things

http://tinyurl.com/SpeedHut-Group-Buy

If we've done business and you were satisfied, a simple "Like" on our facebook page would be all the "thanks" I'd need!

https://www.facebook.com/KRMotorsports


#28 tim.d

tim.d
  • LocationCharlotte, NC

Posted 10 October 2016 - 01:27 PM

Just put in an order with Steve (ihiryu) for my DR's.  Price was so good I can't imagine what a group buy discount would have been!  

If you've been following the Speedhut thread, you know he's a great guy to deal with.  Now just to patiently wait a month for BC to make 'em...



#29 ihiryu

ihiryu
  • LocationKilleen, TX

Posted 11 October 2016 - 11:23 AM

You can't wait for them?  Shoot, I can't wait for them lol.


Contact me for cheap prices on speedhut gauges, many, many, other things

http://tinyurl.com/SpeedHut-Group-Buy

If we've done business and you were satisfied, a simple "Like" on our facebook page would be all the "thanks" I'd need!

https://www.facebook.com/KRMotorsports


#30 tim.d

tim.d
  • LocationCharlotte, NC

Posted 29 October 2016 - 05:47 AM

Looky what arrived today! Thanks again Steve!

BC "Normal" height DR's, 4 bolt extended studs. Ordered on 10/10, Arrived on 10/27.

 

If you guys are interested, hit Steve up.  Saved enough on these to cover rear tires.

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#31 Twoeightzero

Twoeightzero
  • LocationWhite Rock BC Canada

Posted 14 November 2016 - 08:52 PM

I' m interested in the DR's.



#32 ihiryu

ihiryu
  • LocationKilleen, TX

Posted 17 November 2016 - 12:14 PM

Please send me a PM!


Contact me for cheap prices on speedhut gauges, many, many, other things

http://tinyurl.com/SpeedHut-Group-Buy

If we've done business and you were satisfied, a simple "Like" on our facebook page would be all the "thanks" I'd need!

https://www.facebook.com/KRMotorsports


#33 ihiryu

ihiryu
  • LocationKilleen, TX

Posted A week ago

Sorry it's been awhile, we've had a guys order them, don't know if anyone's got them installed yet.  Can't wait for reviews


Contact me for cheap prices on speedhut gauges, many, many, other things

http://tinyurl.com/SpeedHut-Group-Buy

If we've done business and you were satisfied, a simple "Like" on our facebook page would be all the "thanks" I'd need!

https://www.facebook.com/KRMotorsports


#34 econobox

econobox
  • LocationSeattle

Posted A week ago

PM on the way!

#35 Greeko

Greeko
  • LocationVancouver, B.C

Posted A week ago

pm sent






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