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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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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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Old 27-06-2017, 18:08   #6
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Looks ace matey, enjoy
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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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Who supplied them? You'll have to let us know what you think to them
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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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Got them on my V1 Extreme. Quality product and awesome on track.
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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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Spent all day on my back etc fitting said suspension and got my camber set near as. Took it for a spin, well I am impressed not crashy but absorbed rough roads and hit holes that would tie the Teins up, even the different tarmac types you can feel. On my favorite B road at 8 tenth driving so much grip and feel even hitting drain covers hard doesn't bother the car which tracks nice and straight. Now my tein springs are the same as the club sports but the clubsports are more comfortable. Damping as set by zee germans left as is. Will have to raise the rear as it settled, is 20mm too low but front didn't move. £2600 well spent and looking at the quality are nicely put together. The plat form height on the front was as set by KW and if I had left the rear as is was but I fiddled would have been spot on so if you do buy put on as they come. Now for a few Beers
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Sounds good I fancy a set of these
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