96k miles and $8500. Can I put coilovers on the back though? If I do will it be a rough ride? Also, what brand do you recommend?I'd check the wheel offset= Stock SVT wheel's are 49mm offset. W/ coilover's you can adjust the ride height. How many mile's & how much to they want?
Using coilovers doesn't mess up the camber and cause abnormal tire wear does it? I am making them put new tires on the car b4 I buy it and I'm making them put the new suspension on as well. Thank you for respondingIf you can afford it I would recommend coilovers, the range of adjustment and performance is way above most spring/strut combos with the possible exception of ground control coilover springs and Koni yellow sport shocks. When I first bought my STVF it had 111,000 on it so I decided to get the FRPP kit cause of the cost, well after about 8 months the front struts felt as weak as the ones I replaced w/111,000 on them and the back end stuck up in the air too far. After that dissapointing experience I puchased the Tein SS coilover system, it's now a completely different car , I was able to fine tune the ride height at either end of the car, compession and rebound damping has 16 levels of adjustment, the car is much more responsive to steering inputs, braking, acceleration and the car is always poised and controled, and despite what alot of people say the ride is very acceptable, this car is my DD.