406 coilovers

Shocks, springs, anything to do with the running gear

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midsdaz
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Re: 406 coilovers

Post by midsdaz » Mon Jul 30, 2012 7:20 am

Ye I'm gonna look in to changing the springs I dont think the rokker ones can take the weight of the car will ur 306 springs fit the 406 the upgraded ones u have ? Rokker and race land are the same company
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Things to do finish off fitting leather door cards,coil overs,window tint, fit wolfrace wheels with 20 mm spacers 225.45.17 and the list will continue

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Mig5
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Re: 406 coilovers

Post by Mig5 » Mon Jul 30, 2012 7:39 pm

RobTurbo wrote:
After they were on for a while the adjusters sized solid
Thats why the threads should be covered with grease when fitting and after each adjustment.
1999 2.0 hdi 110hp Estate in cherry red complete with A\C and also french intermittently working electrics.

spawngti
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Re: 406 coilovers

Post by spawngti » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:42 am

With both these type of coilovers, i would recommend the helper springs should be removed. This should reduce bottoming out.
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