oh, maybe i just had badluck contacting people then lolActually, there are two UR distributors in the US and I've contacted both of them. They're both willing to order parts for us. You just have to wait a bit from them to come from overseas.
Actually, one of the distributors was looking to make a deal on some UR products in trade for reviews and pictures. Check that out here:
if istay in germany..... lol.. definitely i will camping waiting for shop to open
Can someone help me which more stiff and sport
Eibach : Axle load: FA: 730 kg, rear: 670 kg
and H&R : Axle load: FA: 730 kg, rear:700 kg
ebay speed daddy : http://www.ebay.com/itm/400606664006...S:1123&vxp=mtr Spring Rate: Front - 175 lbs/in, and Rear - 205 lbs/in
i need to choose the one that good as my current tein lower spring will touch the rear fender when its fully load up by big size people.
how to differentiate spring rate as some of the info on the website, rate term quite different.
Last edited by CheezyWedges; 11-20-2013 at 01:48 AM.
You would have to see how much travel there is in the Eibach and H&R springs to accurately compare them.
This one came from email discussion with Silvers export manager:
Silvers NeoMax Suspension Fully Adjustable
Part # NM121
Spring Rate: Front = 4.5Kg / Rear = 3.2Kg
To compare from Tein's Street Basis Spring Rates of Front = 3.0Kg / Rear = 2.1 Kg the Silvers seems to be pretty stiff.
Will be getting this by February during a visit in Malaysia.
View my fuel log 2013 Mirage GLS 1.2 automatic: 33.3 mpg (US) ... 14.2 km/L ... 7.1 L/100 km ... 40.0 mpg (Imp)