Long term I will buy Modena front diff but I don’t have plans to buy one any time soon, as that money can be spent on other areas of the car that need it.
Should I wait until I buy a Modena front or stick the rear nismo in now?
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I ordered my BC with 5 & 4 but as roads I drive on are bad dropped down to 4 & 3 sourced locally.@gtir_woody wrote:I always thought about getting a Modena before they aren't readily available. My R isn't a daily car or anything but still want to keep it somewhat drivable on the road. Did u order another set of springs with different rates through bc mate?
@Mr B wrote: I ordered my BC with 5 & 4 but as roads I drive on are bad dropped down to 4 & 3 sourced locally.
BC not bad for money but for road use I found standard strut cases with Bilstien inserts far better.
You get a lot for your money with BC, allow proper setup & quite good for track use, they are better than many of the coilover options at sensible money & easier/cheaper rebuilt than Tiens ...
@GTI-R US wrote:Think I've only ever had 2 or 3 in ten years of doing these and the complete diffs sell for anything between 550-600
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