Nope, Hyperco Gen2's won't have that problem. Here is a pic of my car with the Hyperco's:vladha said:John, do you know if shortened koni's with hyperco's have the same problem? Just, wondering, if they do, if this would work for them, also.
Having blurry eye syndrome this morning(don't ask, not from drinking)... what exactly am I looking at, can't even read the part number.
Never mind, I just discovered that I could keep clicking the picture to make it larger.
I swear your springs are on backwards and you have the fronts on the rear. Is your car way more tail happy then normal?johnand said:Nope, Hyperco Gen2's won't have that problem. Here is a pic of my car with the Hyperco's:
Keep in mind, this was with brand new springs. They will settle a little from that height.
Nope, I double checked and the springs were on right there. Same size wheels and tires, front and rear. Only things I can think of that make a difference in height front to rear, is I have the battery relocated to the trunk (Though, it is the Westco Miata battery, which is really light.), plus the car is an SE, so it has the GA16DE engine. Not sure if the SR motor weighs much more?Johnny wangwang said:I swear your springs are on backwards and you have the fronts on the rear. Is your car way more tail happy then normal?
Then again it also looks like your running two different height tires for the front and back.
Not really any difference in ride, but the car handles better. It had a little bit of bumpsteer in the rear, and that is gone now. The control arms in the rear are now perfectly level and parallel to the ground. Just can't wait for some nice front control arms to be made to fix the front geometry.Rev1 said:Nice look. I actually like the first pic (handling not in consideration). What are the differences in how it feels? Before and after?
Actually, I went the opposite, I went from Hyperco's to H&R's98sr20ve said:So you went from the H+R to the Hypercoils pretty easily. It's pretty shocking how low the H+R's are in the back.