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  1. GeauxTigers1
    05-14-2016 01:47 AM - permalink
    GeauxTigers1
    Hey bro, I absolutely love it! Personally I agree with you, best looking for sure. It's just so clean and perfect fitment. I purchased from RHDJapan.com. Really cool site directly in Japan so communication is a bit off, but they take damn good care of you. Got an absolutely smoking deal, pay a bit more in shipping but overall definitely save!
  2. VABAM
    04-01-2015 10:42 AM - permalink
    VABAM
  3. VABAM
    03-28-2015 02:55 PM - permalink
    VABAM
    One thing to realize about the EDFC ACTIVE is that it is not plug and play. It requires tuning. The stock settings upset the balance of my Z to the point I almost lost control. The stock settings have very gross adjustments and our Zs need fine adjustments. I’m still playing with it but I don’t get a lot of time to drive my Z due to my job. I only get to drive my car 3-4 months out of the year. The EDFC ACTIVE has a lot of potential but you have to be willing to tune it. That being said I would get the EDFC ACTIVE PRO over the other EDFC systems even if you only plan on making manual adjustments. The PRO version has a lot more capabilities than the other systems. One negative thing I have to say about EDFC ACTIVE is the GPS for it sucks. It is not responsive enough to be useful hence why I recommend the PRO version which has speed input directly from the car. Also the PRO version has the ability to wire in 2 remote preset switches which I’m very interested in.

    I have no experience with Airrex but I did take a quick look at their web site. Even if their air suspension is track worthy I would be wary of the added weight due to the air compressor, air tank and associated equipment. Just my


    Hope all this helps!
  4. VABAM
    03-28-2015 02:54 PM - permalink
    VABAM
    I have the Flex not the Mono Flex. When I ordered mine back in 2013 the Flex and Mono Flex were the only real options. Looks like the Mono Flex has been discontinued (replaced with the Mono Sport) and the Flex might be on its way out too, if not already. Tein is changing their whole line up so I'm not 100% sure what is actually available right now for the 370Z.

    The reason I went with the Flex over the Mono Flex was due to the Flex kit comes with softer rear springs. I have a Quaife diff and Quaife diffs like softer rear suspension. If the rear is too stiff a Quaife diff will cause the car to over steer as bad as a 911. Flex comes with 14K front and 12K rear springs. Mono Flex came with 14K front and rear springs.

    I love my Tein Flex coilovers. The softest setting feels close to OEM but more responsive. Very livable for DD and long distance IMO. The stiffest setting is track worthy but not so stiff that it is unbearable on public roads IMO. After making a few adjustments to my rear sway bar it works very well with my Quaife diff, even on the stiffest setting.

    I have the non-PRO version of the EDFC ACTIVE and I like it. I plan taking advantage of Teinís upgrade program and upgrade my system to the PRO version.
  5. Chuck33079
    09-19-2014 07:29 PM - permalink
    Chuck33079
    There was a bunch of tar paper-type sound deadening stuck to the floor. Let the dry ice sit on it for twenty minutes or so, hit it with a hammer and it shatters into chunks you can pick up. Otherwise you're chipping it out with a chisel. Saved 15 lbs or so taking it out.
  6. DEpointfive0
    09-12-2014 03:21 PM - permalink
    DEpointfive0
    Didn't know many people had a Twin SC!
  7. 90 ST
    01-24-2014 11:50 PM - permalink
    90 ST
    Lovin' the twin SC install!
  8. wheee!
    07-20-2012 07:01 AM - permalink
    wheee!
    Welcome to the Lounge!

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