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What coilovers would you's recommend for an r34 gtr, I'm not looking anything overkill, mainly something between road/track.
 

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Am not really on an budget but I dont want to buy an expensive set of coilovers that I dont need, how do you's rate the ohlins and the meisters on the road for handling and comfort.
 

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I've had Teins (crap) Ohlins and MeisterR's on my GTR and I would say Ohlins are the top (but maybe a bit overkill for normal road/limited track use) and MeisterR arent to far behind on the Ohlins's either so I would recommend the MeisterR's as they're cheaper and will do the job just as good unless your going to build all all out racecar :)
 

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Another vote for MeisterR here, previously had Cusco which started leaking. Replaced with the Meisters, very happy with them! :thumbsup:
 

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Thanks for the help

I think an set of meister coilovers would probably suit me better specially for the road and not cost a fortune which I won't get the benefits off cause my car will never see an track.
 

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Thanks for the help

I think an set of meister coilovers would probably suit me better specially for the road and not cost a fortune which I won't get the benefits off cause my car will never see an track.
I purchased Meister R GT1. They have been fitted to my car while it's at Zealou5. Won't be able to give any feed back as yet but they did look like a great bit of kit.

I did have TEIN super street with EDFC which was ok at the 550hp power level but at the 800hp they were a tad boaty for my liking so will be up for sale. That's another thing that I would bare in mind is how much power you are running will also determine the quality of shock you will need.
 
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