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Hi, I am new to this forum and i was wondering if anyone knows any budget options for coilovers because in canada all i see is $1,300+ for coils.
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Hi, I am new to this forum and i was wondering if anyone knows any budget options for coilovers because in canada all i see is $1,300+ for coils.
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Not sure if BC makes coilovers for our iM but I love them on my 2009 Corolla S Turbo. Check their website as they cost $995 USD.
 

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On my home computer i have BC Coilovers bookmarked, as well as some Megan Racing ones that were a little cheaper (200-300 less) than the $1000 USD BC set. A better route might be the Tanabe springs, EnjukuRacing sells them for around $250-270 USD.
 

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On my home computer i have BC Coilovers bookmarked, as well as some Megan Racing ones that were a little cheaper (200-300 less) than the $1000 USD BC set. A better route might be the Tanabe springs, EnjukuRacing sells them for around $250-270 USD.
I bought some Tanabe springs for my iM but I haven't had a chance to install them yet. :)
 

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Coilovers:

14-16 SCION IM BC RACING COILOVERS - BR TYPE for just under $1000 USD.

TEIN 11-16 TC / 2016 IM STREET BASIS Z COILOVERS for just over $500 USD.

MEGAN RACING 15-17 SCION IM / COROLLA IM EZ II SERIES COILOVERS for around $750 USD.

Lowering Springs:

RS-R 2016 IM DOWN SUS LOWERING SPRINGS for $240 USD.

Tanabe - Lowering Springs for Scion IM for around $270 USD.

I think there are some cheaper springs but i don't trust a whole lot of brands. I'm totally gonna get the Tanabe springs because i like the company and i don't know much about RS-R.
I don't see why these options wouldn't fit a 17/18 IM but its good to double check with the manufacturer.
I'm sorry it took so long for me to respond its been a busy week for me with work and looking for a car my father can daily drive on the cheap. Hope these help!
 

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What is the benefit of aftermarket coilovers over OEM setup besides adjusting ride height? Do we have OEM coilovers or springs with shocks?
 
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