Tein Street Basis Coilovers

Tein Street Basis Coilovers
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    The Street Basis damper is the evolution of the popular BASIC coilover. Developed to provide a sporty ride feeling and aggressive stance. The shortened shell case design provides optimum damper stroke at lower than standard vehicle ride height. Vehicle ride height is adjustable via the ZT coated threaded sleeve. Updated internal components and external coatings increase durability and product life. Street Basis dampers are great for daily driving and spirited driving for all types of drivers.

    Made in Japan under strict quality control standards and developed by highly trained suspension engineers.

    Additional Features:
  • Spring rate front: 7k
  • Spring rate rear: 9k
  • Steel Construction
  • Twin Tube internal construction
  • Larger piston diameter for strut type front and rear (22mm)
  • Ride Height adjustable via spring seat
  • Powder coated damper body
  • Non-welded ZT coated Adjustment Tube
  • Full-Length Dust Boots
  • 1-piece Aluminum Spring Seat with Delrin Thrust Washer
  • Available for Overhaul
  • 1-year Manufacturers Defect Warranty
  • Details

    • Part Number: GSA28-1USS2
    • Manufacturer: Tein

    Vehicle Fitment

    Acura RSX
    2002 Acura RSX Type-S
    2003 Acura RSX Type-S
    2004 Acura RSX Type-S
    2005 Acura RSX Type-S
    2006 Acura RSX Type-S
    2002 Acura RSX Manual
    2003 Acura RSX Manual
    2004 Acura RSX Manual
    2005 Acura RSX Manual
    2006 Acura RSX Manual
    2002 Acura RSX Automatic
    2003 Acura RSX Automatic
    2004 Acura RSX Automatic
    2005 Acura RSX Automatic
    2006 Acura RSX Automatic

    6 reviews for Tein Street Basis Coilovers

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    10/21/2015 by Jan ortiz


    Good, stiff coilovers I personally like the feeling Real close to oem but better

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    12/30/2014 by Gary

    Tein Street Basis

    If you guys want a comfortable ride while lowering your car, I cannot reccomend these enough. They're a little stiffer than stock so you can enjoy that freeway onramp. Too soft if you plan on doing any sort of racing, but my intentions were to have my daily driver look more aggressive by dropping it a few inches and these do just that. Couldn't be happier. Kseriesparts sent them out and I got them the next day as well. Also, these don't make any of those funny clunks you typically hear from coilovers either!

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    8/19/2013 by Miguel Jimenez8706

    Descent Coilovers

    Very Soft, nothing agressive, clunky ride. If you want a OEM but a little more aggressive feeling, these would be perfect for your fitting.

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    9/19/2012 by soupy42

    good bang for your buck

    i put these on my daily driven base. im very happy with the way these are performing. they feel similar to stock comfort-wise, but the car definitely feels better when you push it hard through a corner. i would definitely recommend these to anyone who is more concerned about comfort and visual appeal than peak performance.

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    6/18/2012 by alexis

    super comfortable

    Got these installed on 6/16/12... first impression driving. Car measured from floor to fender is 24 inches off the ground. Incredibly comfortable. Hits big bump a like nothing. Specially in BOSTON STREETS that r known for being horrible. I would recommend these if you use your car as a daily driver. Upgraded to these from crappy tanabe full suspension. I recommend to invest in these. I can say the comfort is as good or even better than OEM height. Spend the extra cash and do it right if u r looking for comfort which is what Tein is known for. Lowering springs I wouldn't recommend ever.

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    6/13/2012 by loganz

    Comfy Ride

    Replaced old Megans with these. They are absolutely better than Megans, the ride is very 'stock-like' a tad bit on the bouncy side though. I didn't drop it all the way, although it is the same as where the megans were maxed out at. Like the description says, you can not adjust these, other than ride height. For the most part, you won't need to make any adjustments anyway if its just a daily driver.