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Thread: Fk ak or Fk Streetlines

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    SE Suburbs, Victoria
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    Fk ak or Fk Streetlines

    I'm close to buying coilovers soon

    But i'm curious to the differences between the two of the Fk's.

    The Fk AK (Really Cheap!)
    Car Audio Systems, Car Stereos Accessories, Car Video Systems - CJ Concepts UK

    And the Fk Street-lines (not as cheap)
    ESE Tuning, FK Automotive Street-Line Coilover Suspension Kit for VW Cabrio, Corrado, Golf, GTI, Jetta MKII & MKIII

    What's their differences?
    Who prefers what out of the two?

    ---------- Post added 24-03-2012 at 11:42 AM ---------- Previous post was 23-03-2012 at 04:32 PM ----------

    Nevermind, did more searching:
    Put simply:
    FK AK: Height adjustable front only, 1 year warranty
    FK AK Streetline. Height adjustable front and rear. 2 year warranty

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Eastern Suburbs Melbourne
    I had FK's in mine for a while, I found them to be pretty good. the lower they were the more comfortable they were. When I had them wound up (not max, but I had wheel gap on 16" wheels) they were a bit bouncy.

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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Melbourne, Australia
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    Bear in mind you can get em cheaper off ebay, new. Seller called performance3000 is who i'm ordering my streetlines from...530$ total including shipping from UK to Aus.
    If you don't care about adjusting your ride height then you don't really need coilovers, but most of the spring/shock combos won't go as low.
    I look at my V-Dub, and all I can think is....."Dat Ass....."


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