They are both pretty much the same setup... I don't know how available the S2 are for parts if needed. I have heard rumors that Eibach also was making the springs for S2, just like GC. I would just go with the GC's, unless you found a really good deal on the S2's. GC has a very good track record and is the preferred sleeve coilover setup for most race cars...
Don't argue with stupid people, they will bring you to their level and beat you with experience.
I've heard otherwise. S2 springs were made by some random Taiwanese manufacturer like all their other products. Really have no idea about the credibility of the source, but strangely everyone who has had the S2 coilovers on the same setups as the GC.. the GC's have rode much much better than the S2 ones. I'm not exactly sure why as they were both on OTS Koni's.
GC has a very good track record and is the preferred sleeve coilover setup for most race cars...
You can also get various spring rates to fit your needs.
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My buddy had S2's on his H22 HB and it rode like CRAP! Then he put in Neuspeeds and it rode MUCH better!
I have GC's and KYB AGX and i LOVE them! They are great for daily driving and very good on the auto-x course! I DEFENTLY would reccomend to ANYONE!!!
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