Opinions on Neuspeed

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  1. armond

    armond New Member

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    I am asking for exactly that. I want people's personal experiences with the products from Neuspeed. I am not looking for the business that sold you the product, but rather your view on the products this company offers.

    I see a professional company, and their products seem to be well made and worth the cost. i am personally thinking of going to them for some suspension, but as I said before, I am looking for others who have already gone this route!

    thanks,
    Armond
     
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    l S3RG10 l New Member

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    I had springs they were great I never had a problem with them. :dunno:
     
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    They make some of the BEST aftermarket products out there! I would buy more of them if they offered more for my Prelude. I bought my Strut bar from them 3-4 years ago. It still looks liket he day that i pulled it out of the box.

    buy Neuspeed and be happy
     
  4. Scootin

    Scootin OT Supporter

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    Eh, I had a neuspeed short throw shifter (don't ask me why i bought it, i'm an idiot. :big grin: ) and i snapped it in half within a year. I've never heard of any problems with the springs. In fact, I've heard nothing but praise for their suspension pieces.
     
  5. armond

    armond New Member

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    awesome, I am looking into becoming a retailer for their products, and just wanted a general consensus on what people thought baout it. So far so good, except the short shifter, that is wierd!
     
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    i have thier short shifter for my rsx. it was the first ss out so i bought it. no problems besides price
     
  7. LarryZ

    LarryZ i love sticky rice

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    i used to have neuspeed race spring and the are way too bumpy. and i hated them have the car lower more in the front.
     
  8. armond

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    maybe they were too stiff for ya?
     
  9. Scootin

    Scootin OT Supporter

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    Overall, I think you'd be safe being a vendor fro Neuspeed. They have a good name out there, and people will be buying your stuff. Your only worry will be pushing Neuspeed springs over Eibach and some other generic coilovers/lowering springs.
     
  10. UnaBomber

    UnaBomber Closed-minded pig-headed racist xenophobe OT Supporter

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    i had a neuspeed supercharger, intake, exhaust, short shift, big bore intake, chip, and a few other goodies on my jetta... overall i had good results with their products. The power increase in the stock supercharger was kind of disappointing but overall i am happy with their products
     
  11. armond

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    great to hear!
     

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