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Tein Street Advance Z Coilovers - 07-10 Toyota Yaris & 08-14 Scion xD

Tein Street Advance Z Coilovers for the 07-10 Toyota Yaris & 08-14 Scion xD
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Product Code: TEI.GSL70-91AS2

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The new Tein Street Advance Z coilovers replace the previous Street Advance series with the same performance and technology at a reduced price! Unlike the Street Basis Z, these allow for 16 way dampening adjustment making the height adjustable separate from the dampening adjustable.

  • Toyota Yaris [NCP91L - Hatch] (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010)
  • Toyota Yaris [NCP93L - Sedan] (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010)
  • Scion xD [ZCP110L] (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
  • Steel Construction Twin Tube construction for comfort
  • 16 Way Dampening Adjustment
  • Larger piston diameter for strut type front and rear (22mm)
  • Ride Height adjustable via spring seat
  • Powder coated damper body with Zinc coated threaded section
  • New fully sealed design for low price
  • 1-year Manufacturers Defect Warranty
  • Yaris Sedan Height Adjustable (front / rear): 2.0 - 2.4 / 2.2 - 2.6 [inches]
  • Yaris Hatch Height Adjustable (front / rear): 1.8 - 2.2 / 1.8 - 2.2 [inches]
  • Scion xD Height Adjustable (front / rear): 2.2 - 2.6 / 2.2 - 2.6 [inches]
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decent, but not without issues August 14, 2016
Reviewer: rob from DE United States  
The construction of these coilovers was good, even for what is basically the economy model. My issues aren't so much with the coils themselves, as they are with whoever designed these for my model. There are some fitment issues both front and back, as well as some poor design choices when it comes to the hardware for mounting. Also, be aware these are not truly height adjustable like my last set of coils from Megan; the instructions suggest a set height and it you deviate from it you're ruining your preload up front. Honestly, you're better off spending more to get a better set of coils. As for me, I have to pull the rear shocks back off to try and figure out why I have metal on metal movement when the rear suspension moves. Next I have to figure out why the top nuts up front only get 2-3 threads before they tighten. The instructions have some glaring errors.

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