Mario, could you please shed some light on the "wrong forks" theory? How about the "wrong spring rate" theory? Is this a common issue with BC?
BC Racing offers a variety of spring rates available, because they allow clients to be able to fine tune their suspension according to their needs and desires. However what comes on the sealed box with the off the shelf kits is not "wrong" , it may simply be different from what an avid road racer would want, or someone who rather have a springy softer ride for example.
My car is running on the kit that comes in the sealed "off the shelf" kit, and I can tell you with full confidence the kit is a 1000% upgrade in terms of the way the car rides, handles and its aesthetics. And while is not my intention to put my resume here, I have owned, sold, and driven coil-over kits since their inception in the aftermarket industry, and have a good understanding of what to look for when looking at, and testing such product.
As for the forks I know there is 2 different kinds, it is entirely possible that one kit was shipped with wrong forks, mistakes happen. But what I can tell you is BC Racing would not make ANY client wait 6 months for any part. In the event they couldn't get something within a reasonable timeline, they would have not gone forward with the order. Again please keep in mind my feedback is not from some guy who bough 1 set of coilovers from BC and is now their most loyal fan/client. I worked for Titan Motorsports, a company that literally sold dozens of BC kits in a monthly basis and I have seen first hand how they operate in any kind of situation, weather an item is defective, not in stock, not shipped right, in back ordered, etc...you name it, and they consistently took care of clients and when above and beyond to make sure their reputation wasn't tarnished.
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and put in the title "Attn: Tim" . Any and all answers you seek, he'll be able to give. Good luck.