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The coilovers have about 12-15k miles on them.
Added a pic of the car in the original post with the Blitz coilovers installed in case anyone was wondering.
Sad for me to but I am putting my car back to stock and trading it in. Moved from CA to IL, so i'm getting something more equipped for the roads...
The tails look good. No concern about spraying the reverse light area?
Great detail (y) .. Definitely interested in getting these perfect for the DIY'ers
Awesome video! Very helpful
I have the option to go lower if i wanted to but for me this height has the least amount of headache.
Ouch that's the Japan wait times. I have a friend that ordered some parts (non Blitz parts) for a Lexus GS on an 8 month wait and counting. Seems...
The ZZR coilovers are holding up great .. Same ride quality as when i first installed.
Here's the link:
Blitz ZZ-R Coilover Kit: Toyota Prius...
I wouldn't mind Ireland :) but i'm in the Inland Empire area of Southern California.
Finally got gas. Divided the numbers the old fashion way and the end result is ... 52.62 mpg. Trip A computer assessment wasn't too far off before...
+1 on wondering if it'll fit the Prius. :coffee:
18x7.5 Didn't want to go too wide. Also is your heater on? AC? Mine for the most part are always off to make sure to get as much MPG as possible,...
It's by trip calculations. After fueling I reset the trip meter.
Tire pressure usually around 40/42 gets best milleage for me.
When it dips down close to 35 ish is when I see the mileage start to drop.
I'm on 18's and currently getting anywhere from 55-57 mpg per tank fill up. Reseting trip A at every tank to verify. Using Nankang - Noble Sport....
No problems whatsoever. Alignment I had done after install . No issues.
Give the code a try and see if it works. If it does (y) more power to ya.
Let us know so in case someone else wants to use it.
what he said ^^^ (y)
Thanks for the PMs about this thread guys (y)