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Old 01-22-2009, 04:08 PM
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Thanks Cooldaddy,
I'm trying to get info from TSW since they have been testing V.3's with swift springs..
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Old 01-22-2009, 05:19 PM
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so then if you have any kw's and tsw camber plates, do you have to purchase new springs or is it an option?

sorry to ask all the annoying questions, especially since it's just out of curiousity
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Old 01-22-2009, 05:28 PM
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No, there is no need to purchase new springs regardless of which version KW's your running.
I am in a different situation though since I am running 8" rims up front and I have a feeling that the rim will end up rubbing on the stock KW spring. I'm looking into the swift springs since they are narrower and will allow more inner wheel clearance.

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so then if you have any kw's and tsw camber plates, do you have to purchase new springs or is it an option?

sorry to ask all the annoying questions, especially since it's just out of curiousity
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Thanks Cooldaddy,
I'm trying to get info from TSW since they have been testing V.3's with swift springs..
I've been emailing them occasionally for a few months on that. It's always "coming soon". Although, if the delay means they are getting it right... that's cool with me.
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Old 01-22-2009, 06:46 PM
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Any feedback on M7 Coilovers? I like that the dampers are adjustable (front & rear) w/o needing to drill holes anywhere. Info on build quality, ride quality would be greatly appreciated.
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