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Clio 2 rear coilover or separate damper/spring



Kev@KAM

ClioSport Trader
  Badass Toyota
Having an interesting discussion about a new suspension kit in development.
Are people really bothered with having a full rear coilover?
You can adjust the rear platforms so can still cornerweight.

But if the damper and rear spring rate is not bespoke for each customer does it really matter?
Interested in peoples thoughts...
 

frayz

ClioSport Club Member
Depends who you're marketing the damper at.
Is it at someone who wants a high end adjustable damper designed for their own intended purpose or for the lads who just want their car slammed?
 

Twingo 1??

ClioSport Club Member
  Twingo 133 Cup,
Strong enough for rallying? As there is not much around at a sensible price.
I am looking for some for the rear of my 133 rally car (same units as 172)
 

Kev@KAM

ClioSport Trader
  Badass Toyota
Strong enough for rallying? As there is not much around at a sensible price.
I am looking for some for the rear of my 133 rally car (same units as 172)
Possibly (though the damping wont really be suitable out the box)
 

massivewangers

ClioSport Club Member
  Several
For competition use (especially rally folk) the ability to mess with spring rates can be useful for use on different surfaces. It's much easier with coil overs, as there are loads of off-the-shelf springs out there.

For the average Joe, as above, it's probably just cool factor.
 

ZachB

ClioSport Club Member
  182
Considering they will be a common size. My asts use an odd size for the rears.
 


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