Niran

Upgraded Sway Bars, Bushings, and General Suspension Upgrades with Coilovers

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my11 sti got most of the changes mentioned above;

pillow ball bushings,  thicker anti-roll bars, stiffer springs F +16%/R +53% !, new dampers

car turns in better with less understeer.

 

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8 hours ago, Niran said:

Options are:

Race Primes: $2350

Street Ultimates: $2750

Race Reds: $2900

 

Keen to see what you guys think

 

Got the Street Ultimate Elites from RSS in my car, ride is very good considering the spring rates. Damping range is pretty incredible, can crank it up to very stiff, build quality is great, much better than older Japanese Tein/Cusco coilovers Imo (if this stuff is Chinese its the good Chinese stuff). Pretty much live up to the name I suppose? On full soft they're very very close to a stock STi for comfort imo (get a bit upset by massive bumps obviously, they are a coilover). On full stiff they're very firm, too much for the road. 

 

I didn't go for the Reds because of the cost and the fact that I'm not competitively tracking the car, quite happy to be more comfortable and slightly slower/richer. I also don't plan on using a slick or full race tire on the car. Didn't get the option of the Primes through RSS. 

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https://mcasuspension.com/products

 

MCA have redone their website to reflect the new products and complete lineup. Worth checking out since they have their new Voston Mach1/Mach2 which I guess is designed to compete with cheaper alternatives. It also explains the 'elite' products and how they differ from the standard.

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11 hours ago, IZichard said:

https://mcasuspension.com/products

 

MCA have redone their website to reflect the new products and complete lineup. Worth checking out since they have their new Voston Mach1/Mach2 which I guess is designed to compete with cheaper alternatives. It also explains the 'elite' products and how they differ from the standard.

What’s shipping like? I imagine these would be quite expensive once you add customs and shipping on top?

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Talk to Race Shock Specialists in Auckland, they are the NZ distributor so you won’t have to deal with customs.

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Was watching this today and noticed its another example of MCA Coils that liked a softer swaybar. see the video @ 3:40

 

 

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