If your not wanting to go extremely low i have a set of yellowspeed coil overs which id recomend, for the money they are actually REALLY comfortable and not bouncy at all! Infact id probably go as far as saying they are less harsh then bilsteins but firmer. Id definitely buy them again which suprised even me who used to run fortune auto in previous cars
Been thinking of getting a set of adjustable suspension and was wondering what you guys have used and/or what you recommend. Not looking for anything totally sporty, id like some comfort as well.
Actually that was me in a panelbeaters pulling my cars apart and putting them back together.I would only get the panel and paint done by the panelbeaters.I have repaired alot of gc8’s.
They didn’t check that the airbag was connected correctly in the Outback.Drove the Outback in with no airbag light,drove the Outback out with the airbag light on and a damaged dash.
The blame fulls on Subaru NZ for allowing Subaru workshops to do sub standard workmanship.
I know people make mistakes now and then, and no one's perfect. But the number of things they've damaged or not refitted properly on my car is way past the odd slip-up you make now and then.
The other thing is, considering that they screwed up just about everything they touched on my car, have they even fitted the airbag correctly? Or is that loose or mis-aligned like everything else they touched? Will it work as designed in an accident, or either not work at all or explode and take my head off? Would you be trusting someone who can't put some plastic trims back in correctly, to work on your airbag that could be the different between you living or dying?