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Old 27-06-2017, 16:39   #1
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KW Porn!







Built up today Tein removed tomorrow and KW Clubsport fitted.
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Old 27-06-2017, 16:46   #2
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Have these on my GT, car feels so planted, enjoy my friend


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Old 27-06-2017, 17:35   #3
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Yum yum, they do look very special indeed!.
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Old 27-06-2017, 17:38   #4
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They do look a great bit of kit, enjoy.
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I've had KW's before and always wanted clubsports. Great suspension


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Looks ace matey, enjoy
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Old 27-06-2017, 18:21   #7
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nice ,but why are the helpers on the top on the front ones and the bottom where you expect on the rears ????
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nice ,but why are the helpers on the top on the front ones and the bottom where you expect on the rears ????
That is as zee Germans built them Anyone else seen this
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nice ,but why are the helpers on the top on the front ones and the bottom where you expect on the rears ????
Probably being pedantic here . The helper springs being at the bottom will add to the unsprung mass of the shocker body when they are compressed by the cars weight. If they are at the top it reduces the unsprung mass

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Probably being pedantic here . The helper springs being at the bottom will add to the unsprung mass of the shocker body when they are compressed by the cars weight. If they are at the top it reduces the unsprung mass

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Probably being pedantic here . The helper springs being at the bottom will add to the unsprung mass of the shocker body when they are compressed by the cars weight. If they are at the top it reduces the unsprung mass

For the 'purists' of course
Zee Germans don't believe in 'purists' that's how they came from KW so they must know
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Who supplied them? You'll have to let us know what you think to them
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I will do a write up. I am used to playing around with suspension coming from a motocross back ground and now mountain bike so Hi & low high speed compression and low speed compression and the same on rebound damping. So measured ride height today as the Tein I have now was set up well for what it is when I imported it. I love to tinker as well
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