Discussion in 'Official Group Buys' started by LOUDSHO92, May 23, 2016.
What are we looking at for a total cost on a set of GEN1 units with front camber plates?
Rounded numbers and a ballpark shipping estimate.
$300 Camber caster plates for the front
$100 Articulating spring mounts for the front
$75 Guess at shipping cost
$2125 including shipping
Let me know is you have any other questions.
Im going to get crap for this but i have to run it by momma first... lol
Love love love these coilovers!
While they take a little work to set up, the ability to zero out any swaybar bind is nice. Be sure and tighten up your collars!
Once all set and tight, I spent the day at the 10-turn 1.8 mile Hallett Motor Racing Circuit (the track we will be using for the 2018 National SHO Convention in Tulsa). My previous best time in a street SHO was 1:40/1:41. That car had IPT coilovers, Hoosier race rubber, and a healthily modded 3.0 (trapped nearly 97mph).
My current street SHO has the SHOSource coilovers, Bridgestone Potenza RE730's, and a larger engine (25 more whp and TQ, traps 102). I dropped my time to 1:38.2! 2.5-3 seconds faster, on street tires!
Now I'm not attributing the better time to the coilovers (this car is a beast!) but the car handled amazing, was well composed during braking and cornering, while still compliant enough to allow me to attack the apex curbs with no fear of unsettling the car.
All in all, extremely pleased with the ride characteristics of these coilovers, both on the highway and at the track!
1) Thank you for the glowing review.
2) Do you have any suggestions to share with the group on sway bar sizes and what firmness you have the inserts sets F/R?
3) It goes without saying, but I will say it anyway, your car is awesome. Great picture.
Can you shoot me a text on this? 832-285-TWO THREE 11
Toolman can you suggest a good starting point for the adjustments? I just ordered my set and am looking for a good starting point.
I got the standard spring rates.
Full weight MTX SHO with 22/26 sways, GEN3SF, 17" wheels.
I started out right in the middle of firmness, 8-9 clicks. Great ride, great damping, no pogo. After 2 sessions I upped the front stiffness 2 clicks, and while I can't really say I felt a noticeable difference, I can say it still felt very composed, but perhaps more surefooted under braking. I'm doubtful most seat-of-the-pants would notice a change unless you were going from full soft to 1/3-1/2 through the range. 1-2 clicks is only 10% of the range.
So I now have tears at 8-9 clicks, front at 10-11 clicks (0-soft, 18-firm). And I love how it drives.
That is great! Thanks for the suggestions...I am excited to get them put on and feel what they feel like...mine is all stock at this moment so im sure the stiffer suspension will make my tires feel greasy because of them being normal street tires but next thing on the list is a wheel and tire package....I was running 17x7.5" Team Dynamics Motosport/ Nitto NT450's on my last car but i cant remember what size the tires were....Have you had any experience with Nitto tires? Thoughts?
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