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Racecars ride low to the ground for greater agility, handling and cornering. Capture this champion's stance with a set of KW Coilover Shocks. They drop your center of gravity for nimble steering, diminished squat, and razor sharp looks. Plus, you get the power to customize the height at all 4 corners.
Each KW Coilover Shock is engineered and pre-set from the factory for race-ready handling on your year, make and model. But, that's not all. You can make micro-adjustments to the ride height at each wheel. Lift and lower both the front rear and rear of your auto to match your performance needs. Get the Stage 2 or Stage 3 series, and you can also adjust the shock's rebound and compression.
KW Coilover Shocks are made for cornering, but no corner is cut during production. Stainless steel strut housings. Anodized aluminum spring collars. High-tensile racing springs. Match that with precision craftsmanship, and you have a KW Coilover Shock. Lifetime Warranty.
Reviewed by John A (San Jose, CA) Reviewed for a 1991 Nissan 240SX — Dec 17, 2012 7:58 PM
I have installed these on a few vehicles. Fisrt variant ones on a Ford Fusion. That car was changed forever, and the customer loves them, still, almost six months later. Loves the change made to his handling. I drove the vehicle a was amazed at how quiet and better the ride had become. Went from semi sloppy to glued. This is what promted my purchase for a Nissan 240 sx.
Reviewed by David B (Kent, WA) Reviewed for a 2005 Subaru Legacy — Dec 19, 2007 8:40 AM
The install was straight forward no suprises. i did did have to set my ride height as the shocks were not all at the same level. all in all very nice ride firm while not being overly harsh. Easy adjustability, decent documentation. Great product.
Reviewed by Jeffrey A (Marietta, GA) — Dec 09, 2006 7:10 PM
I installed a set of these on an 07 GTI. Installation was fairly involved, the tough part was getting the old ones off. After that, installing these was easy. They perform very well, and lowering adjusts from pretty low to very low. Have a slight problem with a small rattle over large bumps on the front, the tire store said that's very normal for aftermarket race/lowering shocks. Haven't had a chance to try the adjustability of rebound or bump yet. Lowering changes tow-in, you must get car realigned after installing these.
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Asked by Anonymous
Mar 16, 2013 10:39 AM
2012 Dodge Charger
Does anyone have a picture of these coilovers drop to it's max? I'm curious to see beacause I have a 2013 dodge charger and I want to lower it but 'm looking to have a little bit of my wheel inside my wheel well and want to know if this will give me that look I'm trying to get. And also is the max drop 3.0" or 3.2"? Thank You
Answered by Nathan S. — Mar 19, 2013 7:40 AM
Hi, The coilover height is adjustable. As soon as we offer the kit for the 2013, you can be the first one to let us know how the stance is.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Jul 19, 2012 10:04 PM
2007 Toyota Yaris
is it possible to adjust the coilover shocks to the standard hight, I mean not lowering the car? Front Drop Range: 0"- 2.5" ? Rear Drop Range: 0"- 2.5" ? instead of Front Drop Range: 1.4"- 2.5" Rear Drop Range: 1.4"- 2.5"
Answered by Anonymous — Dec 27, 2012 2:16 PM
I do not believe so since the springs are already "lowered". I would also discourage you from using the stock springs in place of the ones that comes with this kit. That would make for a very unsafe ride.flag Accept Answer