Imagine shock dampening/valving actually *designed* for the car you're putting it on, and then adjustment knobs (on the sports, not FSD) that ACTUALLY do something, and do it consistently.sorry for the noob question but how do these compare to coilovers? what's th difference between buying a set of these and lowering springs vs megan ez streets or something along those lines? :dunno:
I was thinking of just a 15mm drop over OEM. So it's kind of like having a 2 chubby friends in the car type of look.And yeah I'm assuming in regards to the spring perch, that it is designed so you can lower it 15mm to go even lower should you want or need it.
Do you mean the purpose of it?I was thinking of just a 15mm drop over OEM. So it's kind of like having a 2 chubby friends in the car type of look.
Not low, just sort of button down OEM look.
Do you mean the purpose of it?
Kinda - but only if you use it with stock springs.
Its meant to give you an additional balancing option with the aftermarket sport spring of your choice.
So if its a non-adjustable spring, you can fairly easily move the rear of the car 15mm higher or lower to transfer more weight the direction of your move & therefore dial handling traits in or out.
A lot of Koni's have this feature and its pretty handy.
If you aren't as concerned about handling, it lets you slightly tweak your ride height to make the back drop more even with the front drop (& vice versa).
Yes, and no. Yes, they have been for a while, I'm sure as the original date was summer I think. No, there are others like myself that have been put off by the delays, and have not followed up. So I was just trying to bump up an old thread to get some reviews a feedback. I have not come across any new discussions here.are you serious?
these are available from throwdown performance and have been available for a while