I want something that's as comfortable as stock but with the option to firm it up with the dampening
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I collect random pictures ans found this one somewhere. I'll pop over tomorrow to my local supplier ask them if they can get those (they supply kyb so worth a shot)
@typeritr wrote:I might try Nissan for the rear shocks, see if they have any. I will report back.
A set of front KYB shocks are about £70. Springs from that MJP shop are £210. That is £280 so far.
If a good set of rear shocks are available for even 100 per side you are getting a full new set up for less than £500 which is not too bad really. However coil overs are about 700 so only 200 in the difference.
With custom springs and shocks known to be good quality, I don't think you could go too far wrong with the non coilover set up really.
This is the setup I would go for
1.3 degrees camber front
0.55 degree camber rear
1.5 degree caster Front
@mike74 wrote:those Nissan numbers certainly match the ones I've got a note of here...although god knows how much they'd be after shipping and import duty!
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