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Mazda RX-8 Suspension Systems

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TEIN H.TECH Lowering Springs Reviews


RX8 Tein H-Tech

Reviewed By Jong Greg K (MUKILTEO, WA) Reviewed for a 2004 Mazda RX-8 —8/15/2013 10:45 PM

Awesome springs that give you the perfect subtle drop. Great option if you want that slight drop and increased performance. No need to worry about going over speed bumps. Planning on ordering the Koni Yellow Sport Shocks which gives another .5 inch drop on top of the 1 inch from the springs.

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KONI STR.T Orange Shocks & Struts Reviews


Night and day difference for worn out suspension.

Reviewed By NOAH C (Bradenton, FL) Reviewed for a 2004 Mazda 3 —8/7/2017 6:00 PM

At around 120k mi, my 3 was definitely showing signs of instability at highway speeds. After replacing OEMs with the STR.T Orange struts the car is solid, planted at highway speeds and dampens again, giving a comfortable ride but allows for some aggressive maneuvering when needed. Kept OEM springs, replaced front end links at the same time. Be ready to sledge hammer the old ones out of the knuckle but it will be worth it. Only negative is struts didn't include the black dirt covers as shown.

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Mevotech Sway Bar End Link Reviews


Great replacement for OEMs

Reviewed By NOAH C (Bradenton, FL) Reviewed for a 2004 Mazda 3 —8/7/2017 5:46 PM

My 3 (127,000mi) has been rattling for quite a while and the rear ended links were suspect. I replaced the OEMs (kept OEM sway and replaced bushings) with these and the rattle stopped; rear definitely feels tighter/smoother response. OEMs were worn out and there was no tension on the sway upon removal and these definitely put tension back on the bar; expect to use some pry leverage against the control arm to get these to fit. You will notice the difference.

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