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Has anyone purchased/installed the 'Twin-Tube Damper Coilover Suspension Kits for Porsche Cayenne 2002-2010' found on Ebay for around $300?  If so, can you give any feedback as to their quality and fit?  Prior to finding these the cheapest i could find were BR racing for $1250.  The difference is the BR's have adjustable shock valving as well as adjustable ride height, the ones on ebay only have adjustable ride height.  I'm not trying to tune the ride for the track, just want to lower it.  I'd rather do it with adjustable coil overs rather than just lowering springs, I use that type of suspension on most of my Hot Rods.  $300 is pretty cheap, but it is more in line with what coilovers should cost vs. BR's $1250.  I just want to know if anyone used these and thought they were OK or junk.1653662670_Goldcoilovers.jpg.1a2a2d6af97960d242412cd30a48a204.jpg

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While I've never seen a Cayenne with them I have seen a customers car with them on and Audi and they were complete junk and the ride was horrible from day one.


Don't waste your time or money, when it comes to suspension you get what you pay for.


I do know a few people who have used kits from this company on other cars with a solid ride and good long term success.



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