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I think one of the best middle of the road setups that will be popular for changing out to a full coilover suspension setup is going to be the new

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Old 02-05-2009, 11:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I think one of the best middle of the road setups that will be popular for changing out to a full coilover suspension setup is going to be the new Hipermax III application soon to be arriving. Pricing is now available and ready for pre-ordering.

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Old 02-05-2009, 01:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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is this for the 370z or is this coming from the g37?
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he said soon to be arriving so i imagine for the 370 since the G37 ones are already out
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Soon to be arriving for Z34... a very similar setup of course to the G37, just different spring rates/sizes for the more aggressive qualities of the Z.
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Soon to be arriving for Z34... a very similar setup of course to the G37, just different spring rates/sizes for the more aggressive qualities of the Z.
For the older G/Z the rear had the dampener and then the spring buckets. Will, that be the case with the 370Z?
For my G35 the Tein Flex was setup that way where the rear dampeners were separate from the springs, which sat in the spring buckets.

And yes +1 I agree, that HKS Hipermax III will probably one of the best setups out on the market.
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Word is the rears will be separate damper and coil sleeve.
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Word is the rears will be separate damper and coil sleeve.
IIRC, the rears of the HKS Hipermax III for the G37' are true coilovers. I would be very surprised if they went with damper + spring setup (not that it really makes much of a difference anyhow).

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Soon to be arriving for Z34... a very similar setup of course to the G37, just different spring rates/sizes for the more aggressive qualities of the Z.
Is this 100% accurate as of now? The V35/Z33 always had the same exact spring rates for 99% of the coilovers on the market.
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Problem is all of the details are still up in the air. Based on hearsay conversations in Japan, supposedly the 370Z is being marketed different than the G37. Usually the G always had more of a softer feel (VIP comfort type of setup), even Cusco re-engineered the Zero-2 so it worked better than using the Z33 setup. A majority of the setups we still did we seemingly always used the Z33 setup. As far as the new Z I can only assume they would give it a bit more aggresive tendancies as more product availability will come from more research with the car... overall a much more popular car in Japan than the Skyline Coupe. Just my two cents though!
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