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      07-30-2020, 04:18 PM   #1
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JRZ RS One vs MCS 1WNR?

they should be competitive coilovers, but the JRZ's are markedly more expensive at starting cost even without helper springs, weight jacks, endlinks, and they are also not a true rear coilover. the MCS's start at ~$1K less, and are a true rear coilover as well. what's the rub?

would like some feedback from people who have sprung either of these re: dailying, track performance, wheel clearance, NVH, etc.
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I am also interested in both of these kits. Curious to see what others say.

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