Went with the Flex because I also got the EDFC, Electronic Damping Force Controller, and the Flex system was the only one that I knew of that was compatible.RLsChMiDt said:Why'd you opt for the Flex's over the SS's???
It can be lowered even more, but I thought that was a good starting point. If I don't run into any issues, I probaly bring it down just a little bit more.RLsChMiDt said:Car looks great...can it be lowered even more if one would want it that low?
Well I be damned, the Tein brochure only had the Flex as EDFC compatible. Oh well, still happy with the Flex.STiLLWILL said:The Tein SS's are EDFC compatible...part #EDKU1-14140.
Haven't heard any clunking yet, and I've been beating up the back roads since the install. If it does occur, what should I do?STiLLWILL said:Experience any of the infamous Tein FLEX clunking in the rear?
Yes, removed the two bolts for the mounting brackets and moved it down so that the top hole in the bracket lined up with the bottom hole in the firewall. Thinking about removing the A/C anyway. we'll see.STiLLWILL said:Also, did you have to move the AC lines to put the front Cusco strut bar in?
Sorry for jumping on your question PhastM3. But it seems to be slightly softer than stock. You don't hear the highway sections grooves as much, and my girlfriend is happier with the ride.flash15 said:PhastM3, how is the ride on the softest EDFC setting?