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How do you put coilovers on Acura TL?

Are TEIN coilovers made in Japan?

All TEIN lowering springs and coilover are manufactured and assembled in our factory based in Yokohama, Japan.

Are TEIN struts any good?

They ride great, and have much better steering response! Feels similar to the stock shocks, but these feel better. I have owned these for about a month and they have been awesome! Final thoughts: For the price, these are absolutely awesome and a great upgrade.

Where are TEIN Flex Z coilovers made?

TEIN Street Flex Z Coilovers As their most popular top-of-the-line coilover, the TEIN Flex Z Coilovers are still made in Yokohama Japan and are a true JDM coilover system packed with all of TEIN’s technology. This system incorporates the 16 way adjustable twin tube shocks and includes TEIN top mounts.

Are Godspeed coilovers any good?

They were fairly easy to install, The ride quality is good for these recently went on a 6 hour road trip and they were very comfortable, much better than oem struts. The handling is better than oem I’m able to drive spirited with confidence.

Does KONI make coilovers?

KONI shocks and KONI coilovers have taken performance and comfort to the next level. The patented KONI FSD shocks (Frequency Selective Damping) bring a new level of technology and comfort to driving.

What is Dampachi?

Dampachi is a magical, sentient shock absorber. Interestingly, he has an external reservoir making him a higher end, possibly motorsport damper unit. Tein liked him so much that they gave him a partner, Dampatty, who is also a sentient shock absorber, but pink.

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Can TEIN coilovers be rebuilt?

A technician can disassemble in under 10 minutes. If the internals are still good, it will be reassembled to spec and filled with new shock oil. Any custom valving shouldn’t take long at all but can be done at an additional cost.

Are TEIN Flex Z coilovers rebuildable?

The Flex Z have a sealed structure, and thus are not rebuildable. This is part of Tein’s new production approach to reduce manufacturing costs and thus lower the final price of the coilovers.

How does TEIN Edfc work? EDFC ACTIVE – PRODUCTS. EDFC ACTIVE makes it possible to adjust damping force with ease from the driver’s seat, by controlling stepping motors installed on each shock absorber. Built-In G-Sensor allows G-actuated automatic adjustment of damping force while driving.

How long does TEIN coilovers last?

The recommended Overhaul Service Interval for TEIN Dampers is 3 Years/ 36,000 Miles if the damper is used only for daily driving/paved road use.

How do you adjust the damper on a TEIN coilover?

How do I adjust damping force? You can adjust damping force with the adjustment dial, or click, on the shock absorber. Turning it clockwise, the end is level 0 (zero): the stiffest. Turning it counterclockwise from there, the damping force becomes softer.

How do you adjust the height of TEIN coilovers?

How long do TEIN Flex Z coilovers last?

I was fully aware that Tein suggest a service / overhaul is done after 2-3 years or approximately 3-40,000km.

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Who makes d2 coilovers?

JM Auto Racing was founded back in 2004. Our founder, Joseph Mauro, was a young car enthusiast who was very active on his 3G Eclipse forum.

Are coilovers good for daily driving?

Coilovers are generally a great upgrade for any car, even if you’re using them as a daily ride, but you have to be aware they’re more expensive than the standard suspension. If you’re looking for a performance-based car, this is a great option for improved handling.

Is Megan racing good?

Megan Racing Street Coilovers The Street coilovers are the best the company has to offer for the daily driver. While the suspension is more firm than stock, many customers say the ride is still very good but the handling is extremely intensified. Most have camber plates and these have 32 way adjustable dampening.

Is rev9 the same as Godspeed?

Interestingly enough, rev9 and godspeed’s trademarks and patents are all held by the same company, Fatboy Garage Motorsports. Im willing to bet they all come out of the same factory.. spring rates are the same.

Are KONI shocks any good?

Where are KONI shocks made?

KONI was founded in 1857 in Oud-Beijerland, the Netherlands, by A. de Koning. The business did not start with making shock absorbers, but with making leather equipment for horses.