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$825 from pro-imports. Its in gaithersburg.......damn good shop!
http://www.pro-imports.com
If your in Sterling you should ride up to Lowe's by Dulles Town Center Mall on
friday and sat nights. There's lots of badass rides up there. Not many dubs though...so you should come represent!!



Modified by bksabbath at 4:07 PM 9-12-2003
 

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Quote, originally posted by bksabbath »
$825 from pro-imports. Its in gaithersburg.......damn good shop!
http://www.pro-imports.com
If your in Sterling you should ride up to Lowe's by Dulles Town Center Mall on
friday and sat nights. There's lots of badass rides up there. Not many dubs though...so you should come represent!!


Modified by bksabbath at 4:07 PM 9-12-2003

The price mentioned($825) is for the non inoxx/stainless line. Thats way too much for a discontinued line. Go to http://www.tmtuning.com They have a sell on their brand thats going for $275-$375 a set. You can also get the inoxx/stainless line through them as weel for hundreds less than the shop mentioned. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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The price mentioned($825) is for the non inoxx/stainless line. Thats way too much for a discontinued line. Go to http://www.tmtuning.com They have a sell on their brand thats going for $275-$375 a set. You can also get the inoxx/stainless line through them as weel for hundreds less than the shop mentioned. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif

Hmmm. Be careful purchasing KW coilovers from a European dealer. It has been documented and stated before by KW North America, that they will only warranty products that have been built for the North American market. You can see this thread and read Marcel's comments.
http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=986145
I've never heard of those TM Sport coilovers, but how do they compare to KW's excellent and long standing reputation? Not speaking from the perspective of a dealer, but from the perspective of an enthusiast, I find it very hard to believe that a company can produce high quality and rigorously tested coilovers for "$275-$375 a set." You get what you pay for I guess.
As for the price for a discontinued line... these kits are exactly the same performance wise as the INOX kits. There are no internal differences. Only the casing is different, and for some people, the price point we are offering is very attractive. These are also still covered by KW's lifetime warranty. These are not meant as a competitor to the INOX kits, but are offered as an alternative for people that cannot afford, or cannot justify spending the extra money for the INOX.



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