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 Post subject: XYZ Coilovers for E-series
Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2012 8:29 pm 
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We're trying to get a group buy happening but we need a committment from 10 people.

http://www.boostedfalcon.net/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=22761
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Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:25 pm 
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I have replied. I skipped the first page and went straight to the end, are they still 1250.

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 Post subject: Re: XYZ Coilovers for E-series
Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:32 pm 
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Yep still $1250
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 Post subject: Re: XYZ Coilovers for E-series
Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:42 pm 
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Im interested, will they be Better than the bilsteins I currently have ?
I need some adjustable coil overs for when I find myself on bumpy roads .
And do they come with springs ?

 

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 Post subject: Re: XYZ Coilovers for E-series
Posted: Thu Mar 22, 2012 10:54 pm 
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Anybody else interested?
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 Post subject: Re: XYZ Coilovers for E-series
Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 2:49 pm 
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What quality are the xyz, better than the similar spec Pedders? I have an el club car with a turbo engine, want to make it handle and havnt had any definitive answers on the best setup. Ride quality is not important as it will be a track car only. I would appreciate any and all input on suspension bushings, camber and caster adjustments, spring rates , sway bars and ride height etc. Cheers Scotty G.
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Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 8:02 pm 
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XYZ COILOVERS

Looking for that low picture-perfect ride?  Want to be able to adjust your height? Want maximum grip, handling and corner stability? XYZ Coilovers are designed for your individual demands with track proven performance tailored for your car.  XYZ precision engineering combined with Australian design enables the lowest ride possible without losing comfort and handling. XYZ coilovers are fully height adjustable and offer a superior driving experience and extraordinary feel.

Unique Design Features

    Maximum drop: Front 310mm, Rear 300mm   
    30 Stage Tuneable Shock
    Five (5) way adjustability – Spring – Body – Bump – Rebound – Camber
    Triple lip seal technology for superior performance

Your XYZ Benefits

    Superior Handling & Grip
    Lowering up to 120mm
    Individually Tailored
    Race Tuned Performance

Please visit our website http://www.performancesuspension.com.au or call 07 5529 2366 for more info
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How to lower your car?

You can do it yourself or it can be done by specialist suspension workshop. To lower a car with a conventional suspension set-up the coil spring is replaced with a shorter, stronger coil unit. This replacement allows more compression of the suspension at ride height. To get the desired height when lowering or raising your car correctly, we measure the center hub-to-guard distance, this measurement is taken as a reference point to determine what spring is required to give the approximate height, disregarding aspects such as tyre and rim size.

One aspect to consider when lowering your car is the reduction working suspension travel. As your vehicle is lowered, you reduce travel and therefore reducing the ability of the suspension to absorb the bigger bumps. 

Lowered coil springs and leafs are generally sold in many different heights which includes low, super low and ultra-low height. The design of the coil spring is specifically engineered to suit every application taking into consideration what height you want your ride set at. 

Coilover suspension is another popular way of lowering your car. The major advantage of a coilover compared to replacing the coil spring, is the amount of adjustability. An adjustable coilover system allows you to fine-tune and maintain excellent working travel while having your vehicle at a height that looks and rides awesome. Another advantage of a coilover system is the ability to adjust camber and damping control to suit driving and road conditions.

Performance suspension can provide the perfect lowering kit for your individual car, customized for Australian conditions. Please visit our website http://www.performancesuspension.com.au or call 07 5529 2366 for more info,








That's from the link provided
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 Post subject: Re: XYZ Coilovers for E-series
Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 8:33 pm 
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mopar358 wrote:
What quality are the xyz, better than the similar spec Pedders? I have an el club car with a turbo engine, want to make it handle and havnt had any definitive answers on the best setup. Ride quality is not important as it will be a track car only. I would appreciate any and all input on suspension bushings, camber and caster adjustments, spring rates , sway bars and ride height etc. Cheers Scotty G.


Definitely call Chris mate. He'll be able to help with the complete setup.
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