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**Which Coilovers for my valver?**



  renault clio 1.8 16v
Hi guys,

Bit of advice really.

Im looking for some coilovers for my valver, which ones do we recommend?

Im thinking ktec, whats the ultimate coilover kit like? £299+VAT

http://www.k-tecracing.com/show_product.asp?id=1049

Or the H&R one which is a lot more expensive?

Would we also think some camber correcting bolts and poly bushes would be worth purchasing?

Cheers
Leigh



 

leeds_182

North Yorkshire & Humber
ClioSport Area Rep
You get what you pay for with coilovers.

H&R are the best and if you can afford (and justify) them then go for em.
 
  BMW
The difference between £300 coilovers and those from H&R will be alot. Not just in terms of build but ride quality and ultimate grip.

Cheaper kits tend to be poorly built and rock hard which just loses you grip.

H&R actually test everything on the road before it goes into production.

If your interested in H&R, we can do you a very good deal.

M
XS Performance
020 7 474 5883
 

mas

  MK7 GTD & Mini GP
just got some avo coilovers for my mk1, still not got around to fitting the buggers, need to change over my hubs :(
 

Greeny.

ClioSport Club Member
  www.trackclio.co.uk
I had avos on my FRP Zetec-S and they rocked, i had them set really stif and the car handled like it was on rails. :)

Talking to a mate who races he says on a race car the avos would only last a season if that wear as the H&R's would last a lot longer.

As said above really, end of the day you do get what you pay for.
 


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