Compatible for Subaru Coilovers
A coilover is an automobile suspension device. The main purpose of a coilover is to adjust the ride height of your vehicle. A coilover kit consists of a damper and a shock absorber with a coil spring around it. Maxpeedingrods Height adjustable Coilovers kits come with non-adjustable dampers.
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Compatible for Subaru Impreza 02-07EJ20 EJ25 GDB Adj Height Coilovers Spring struts
Compatible for Subaru Forester 1998-2002 Complete Adjustable Height Shocks Coilovers Suspension Kit
Full Assembly Coilovers compatible for Subaru Outback 2000 01 02 03 04 Adjustable Height
Compatible for Subaru Impreza EJ20 EJ25 GDB Adj Height 2002-2007 Racing Coilovers Kits
Coilover Suspension Kits compatible for Subaru Legacy 05-09 BL BP Adjustable Height Shocks
Coilover Coilovers Kit compatible for Subaru Impreza GE GV Wagon 4D 2.5L 2008-2013 2010
Compatible for Subaru Impreza GC8 Camber Plates Coilovers Suspension Coil Struts
Compatible for Subaru Legacy 1999-2004 BE sedan Coilovers Kits
Complete Coilovers Kit compatible for Subaru Forester 2009-2013 Adjustable Height Shocks
Coilover Suspension Struts compatible for Subaru Impreza GDB GD GG compatible for Forester SG 02-07
What is A Coilover?
Coilover is the abbreviation of "coil shock absorber" or "coil spring over the shock ". Coilovers are simply springs/coils that are placed on the shock absorber. The shock absorber is where the damping works. Some coilovers have damping adjustments (compression and rebound) that change their stiffness and can adjust the ride height, giving you the freedom to lower your car for the sporty lowered look. Lowering your car will also improve handling and reduce body roll.
How Does A Coilover Work?
The typical suspension system features a controlling arm, coil spring, and a shock absorber or a strut. The difference between a strut and a normal shock is that a strut carries some of the weight of the car. Most of the time, the spring is mounted on the strut. In case of any compression on the strut, or the spring, or both, the wheel moves upwards towards the body of the car. The mechanism of the coilover is similar. It has a longer coil spring that is coiled around the strut. For the upward movement of the wheel, both the shock and the spring must compress. The spring carries the weight upon compression while the strut transfers or damps the bouncing to the spring.
Lowering Springs vs Coilovers
Coilover includes the shock/strut while lowering springs do not. Because of this, coilovers are often more expensive than the basic lowering spring kit. Performance is the next factor. The coilover will perform better for almost all applications. There are some cases like in drag racing where a lowering drag spring plus a drag shock will perform better than a coilover of around the same price. But notice that the top-performing drag suspension is also coilovers. Coilovers with their adjustability will most often outperform their basic lowering spring counterparts and net the user a better look.
How much do coilovers cost?
Coilovers don't have to be expensive. Maxpeedingrods offer super afforable, entry-level coilovers with all your ride height and damping adjustments, starting between $100 and $1,000. No matter what budget you're working with, maxpeedingrods coilovers are one of the best all-around performance mods you can buy!