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Old 01-22-2012, 12:34 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Tein Springs

So im buyinh tein springs just wanted sum feed back on ride comfort n height... Also how long do these take to settle
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Typically like 2-3 weeks of normal driving. I wouldn't classify it into miles.
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Love mine. Only put on the front ones. Gives the car a nice lean and got rid of much of the wheel gap
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I've been on Teins for a while. I love them. Ride comfort is good, height is good too. I switched from Progress which seem a little more aggressive than Teins in their handling and drop.
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I've been on Teins for a while. I love them. Ride comfort is good, height is good too. I switched from Progress which seem a little more aggressive than Teins in their handling and drop.
I have your old progess springs and im ready to switch to tein springs or coilovers, I want to raise the car a little more than the progess drop. It seems like they settled more and more each year. maybe there at the sagging point cause of age
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I have your old progess springs and im ready to switch to tein springs or coilovers, I want to raise the car a little more than the progess drop. It seems like they settled more and more each year. maybe there at the sagging point cause of age
I think you might be right, plus I am (finally) changing out all shocks and struts here in a week or two. Teins are more expensive the Progress but I think they are a little bit better on the ride. Performance edge to Progress.
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Originally Posted by kemoblue4u View Post
Love mine. Only put on the front ones. Gives the car a nice lean and got rid of much of the wheel gap
Do you have any pics of your stance?
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Default Re: Tein Springs

so u thnik progress was better performance?
im thinkj i want tein for a few reasons
1. they dont sit too low ( i got a steep driveway)
2. their GREEN... i love green
3. i havent heard and flaws with them
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so u thnik progress was better performance?......
Slightly, just slightly, the difference would probably only be noticed in Autocross, or getting on a highway ramp loop if you are really getting after it. Straight line no difference.

I added endlinks, re sway bar, front tower strut bar, it corners really nice. I will add one of those bars for the rear seat once I figure out how to reconfigure my amps in the truck.
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Tein rides really nice. I'm gonna pair em up with Monroe shocks this spring.

Lowered look without sacrificing too much ride comfort.
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Default Re: Tein Springs

I was gonna go with progress. but after reading how much everyone says about the tein ride. im gonna go with kyb an tein. I don't want to be to low or maybe blow a strut...
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hmm i was going to go with progress come spring but this thread makes me debate... comparison by anyone who has drivin both?

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I'm on Tein S-Tech springs. The ride is pretty stiff, but I can only compare that with stock springs - I've never had any other lowering springs. The drop is good too - not too low, but low enough.
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I don't want to be to low or maybe blow a strut...
Well Tein will drop you more then Progress, just so you know.
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Well Tein will drop you more then Progress, just so you know.

on paper progress is lower than teins, im assuming teins set in lower?

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Progress-------- 1.8" front, .75" rear; Spring Rate: F(180 lbs), R(350 lbs)
Tein S-Tech ----1.6” Front, .5” Rear; Spring Rate: F(196 lbs), R(302 lbs)

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on paper progress is lower than teins, im assuming teins set in lower?

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Progress-------- 1.8" front, .75" rear; Spring Rate: F(180 lbs), R(350 lbs)
Tein S-Tech ----1.6” Front, .5” Rear; Spring Rate: F(196 lbs), R(302 lbs)

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The specs are correct is the fact that Tein is made softer and settles down more. On paper looks like this, starting with the lowest:

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In reality is backwards, starting with the lowest.

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Good article explaining Spring Rates http://www.tuninglinx.com/html/spring-rate.html

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Originally Posted by dcskater584 View Post
on paper progress is lower than teins, im assuming teins set in lower?

specs for anyone that needs:

Progress-------- 1.8" front, .75" rear; Spring Rate: F(180 lbs), R(350 lbs)
Tein S-Tech ----1.6” Front, .5” Rear; Spring Rate: F(196 lbs), R(302 lbs)

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Good specs to know.

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The specs are correct is the fact that Tein is made softer and settles down more. On paper looks like this, starting with the lowest:

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Progress
Tein

In reality is backwards, starting with the lowest.

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Well, yes and no because according to this: "Springs that have a low Spring Rate are soft, while springs that have a high Spring Rate are stiffer. "

Progress-------- 1.8" front, .75" rear; Spring Rate: F(180 lbs), R(350 lbs)
Tein S-Tech ----1.6” Front, .5” Rear; Spring Rate: F(196 lbs), R(302 lbs)

Progress will drop more in the front, and they are already lower, Teins will drop more in the back but they start higher.
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Just for the record:

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Good article explaining Spring Rates What is Spring Rate

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Well, yes and no because according to this: "Springs that have a low Spring Rate are soft, while springs that have a high Spring Rate are stiffer. "

Progress-------- 1.8" front, .75" rear; Spring Rate: F(180 lbs), R(350 lbs)
Tein S-Tech ----1.6” Front, .5” Rear; Spring Rate: F(196 lbs), R(302 lbs)

Progress will drop more in the front, and they are already lower, Teins will drop more in the back but they start higher.
That might be on paper but when you look at a maxima dropped, in pictures not what the company says it should be. The Tein sits lower in front then progress, period. Im not looking at this from the technical aspect, just the drop itself.
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...The Tein sits lower in front then progress, period. ...

Sorry Raz, I have to whole heartedly disagree with you on that. My experience has been the Progress are lower in reality and on paper. I've tried them both for a couple years each.

The spring rates even show that the Progress are SOFTER in the front and like you said “Softer settle down more”

Some people want the Maximum drop, if so, I think Progress are good for that and probably for Autocross too. For daily driving and my purposes, I would do Teins again.

My Progress springs got too low for my tastes and I sold them to Cory, now they are too low for his tastes as well.


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I have your old progess springs and im ready to switch to tein springs or coilovers, I want to raise the car a little more than the progess drop. It seems like they settled more and more each year. maybe there at the sagging point cause of age
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Sorry Raz, I have to whole heartedly disagree with you on that. My experience has been the Progress are lower in reality and on paper. I've tried them both for a couple years each.

The spring rates even show that the Progress are SOFTER in the front and like you said “Softer settle down more”

Some people want the Maximum drop, if so, I think Progress are good for that and probably for Autocross too. For daily driving and my purposes, I would do Teins again.

My Progress springs got too low for my tastes and I sold them to Cory, now they are too low for his tastes as well.

We'll just have to agree to disagree because all the pics I've seen, tein sits lower in front then all Progress but ok, you are right and Im right.


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Since im rockin 18's i just want a moderate drop. An a softer ride. Don't auto cross or race. So tein should be good for me...
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I'm gonna have to agree with Apollo. I'm on Tein and I've seen Progress in person. Progress definitely looked lower.

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I like the ride on my Tien and I am replacing struts and shocks this coming weekend to KYB GR2 as well. Stock have 103k wihtout replacement to my knowledge. I can give better feedback afterwards.
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