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KTR Clio 172/182 Coilovers



  clio 182 cup
im in your shoes too. sound too good to be true and i have "you pay 4 what you get" thoughts in my head. however, i kno ktec usually produce quality parts. a few reviews would be more than useful.
 
  Titanium 182
Try a search ;) there's a lot of reviews in the thread about them. Honestly though for £300 you can't go wrong, brilliant VFM.

Edit: Just make sure you get them set up properly. Fitted mine myself and they were naff until aligned properly.
 
  Titanium 182
It's not going to be as comfy as standard, no coilovers are they aren't too bad though.

I just let the garage set mine up for me for "Fast road use" Not slammed just a nice height to eliminate most of the arch gap. Turn in is good, sharp body roll is gone completely bumpy on crappy road surfaces but a lot better than my old springs.

There's pics in my project thread.
 
  Coupe/Defender V8
Arr0nUK,

Roads around here are terrible, but I'm not too bothered by my KTR kit at all. They're not at all harsh. Mine sit fairly low but no where near what you'd call slammed

 
  Titanium 182
Looks about the same height as mine tbh. They aren't bad comfort wise but std was comfier.
 
  Titanium 182
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No they aren't wound all the way down at the back before someone asks :rasp:
 

The Boosh!

ClioSport Admin
  Elise, Duster
Spot on. Miles ahead of the standard setup. I was also thinking you pay for what you get but these are spot on. Ride is not too soft, not too hard - Perfect for a road car. Also go low as fook on the front. Only negs IMO is max camber is about -2deg and obviously you can't adjust dampening (but for a road car its spot on anyway). They are going on track soon so will let you know what they are like. Schwep had his on track with these and rated them as good as his old konis....
 
  182 trophy
be fine for the road,,, far too soft for proper track driving tho, they are cheap because they are very basic, if you are not looking for fully adjustable coilovers than they are fine. In a much lower league than the kw's.
 

The Boosh!

ClioSport Admin
  Elise, Duster
be fine for the road,,, far too soft for proper track driving tho, they are cheap because they are very basic, if you are not looking for fully adjustable coilovers than they are fine. In a much lower league than the kw's.

You are probably right... However I would still class them as an upgrade to the standard items.
 
  Clio 197 R27 Albi
You are probably right... However I would still class them as an upgrade to the standard items.

Yeah, If i was going to track it a lot i would most go for H&R's or AST's but road use i would guess its a great improvment and it will look better
 

Lozza-p

ClioSport Club Member
  BG FF 182
hmmm i could be intrested in these better than paying £1000 for some others. I'd use them manly for road with a track day maybe once a year will they be good for that.
 
  Clio 197 R27 Albi
hmmm i could be intrested in these better than paying £1000 for some others. I'd use them manly for road with a track day maybe once a year will they be good for that.

from what i've heard there still good on track an improvment over standard which aint that bad anyway. and for road use you shouldnt be going fast enough to need £1000 coilys lol. so great for fast road.

i will most probs buy some
 


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