AMR Coilovers Group Buy

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  1. AMR Engineering

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    As you should be, glad you got everything installed.
     
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    Andy, What internals do these coilovers have? What kind of valving do they use?
     
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    We use deflective disk valving for OUR monotube dampers which makes for consistant damping and easy repeatable results. Our dampers are one of the few in this price range which can be services and revalved by anyone. We currently have bilstein, penske, and ohilins rebuilders on board who can service them. Ofcourse we can service them as well no problem. We use a 44mm piston w/ a steel body. I make the bodies out of aluminum as well. That's all the info I'm willing to give out. We have also designed it in such a way that any of our rebuilders can also revalve them using there current hardware, and they can actually swap pistons with other manuf. who have 44mm pistons in there line. Basically we can produce any damping curve, and have infinite tunability. :) I work with our shock builders closely to make sure we are producing the best we can as for build quality, and ease of servicing.
     
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    To bad these weren't coming out 2 years ago BC I would have loved a really stiff spring rate. Sounds like great quality.:thumbsup:
     
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    You probably just missed us or something cause we been around for almost 6 years, and we have yet to have a blown damper :) I've been providing accord suspension for longer than that. I've been in this business for a total of 12 years!
     
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    Wow really. Hmm. Guess I failed at researching
     
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    To the guys that got these and to Andy.
    Would it be wise to have a second nut supporting the spring locking nut...hence help support some of the weight the car puts on the spring, the spring transfers to the locking nut and hence the nut to the body threads.

    What i mean...ps. pardon the paint made pic.
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    Sleeper Cell No more CG Squad!!!

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    No need to.
     
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    What he said....

    Looks like the beefy spring perch(and lock mechanism) is equivalent, if not better than the threaded spring perch and locking nut of all the other coils on the market. But hey I'm no suspension expert. :eh:
     
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    My main thing on it was that if the screw that tightens the spring locking nut ever snaps, gets lost, or the threads go bad through wear and tear...you still have another locking nut there to keep it from moving.
     
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