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http://www.topsecret.ico.bz/base211.html
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e have developed a vehicle that enables harmonic three-stage damping adjustment as genuine.
Make It and comfortable city riding standards, high-speed cruising comfort is,
Switch to "R" and then you will be on track with a view to sport mode.

If you prefer to ride height, ride switch in the room alone, it could control freely.
I know a few of you were looking for coilovers with the in dash adjustment and the buddy club versions were over 10k... so this seems the best alternate choice at just under 7k usd (525,000Yen = $6840) tack on whatever importing fee's are and it costs way less than 10k. Swift springs to top it off. Front 14kg/mm rear 8kg/mm.



 

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That Is awesome !

I love that front uper arm control ! Finnally going more than 1,5 !?
 

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I wonder who made the dampers for them. I know in the past they've worked with Aragosta
 

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I'm sure they are still made by Aragosta using Bilstein inserts. $6840 is not bad, but for that price it would be nice to have external reservoirs. Got to love GTR tax.
 

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Birdie says to say tuned for another big name suspension company releasing something similar.
 

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The more the merrier :)
 

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Do these components allow a driver to attain a bit of lift to clear obstacles like speed bumps & pronounced grade transitions in driveways & such? The switches that control function ...are they incorporated into Nissan's dash or a separate aftermarket panel?
 

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I wonder who made the dampers for them. I know in the past they've worked with Aragosta
I had this exact setup on a widebody 350z a few years ago. As I recall it is a fairly large tank that is used for the compressed air. I thought it was fine for a show car but i'm not sure about a performance car. Just something to consider. It's not fun when you have slammed your car to look cool and then have problems getting it back to ride height.
 

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I had this exact setup on a widebody 350z a few years ago. As I recall it is a fairly large tank that is used for the compressed air. I thought it was fine for a show car but i'm not sure about a performance car. Just something to consider. It's not fun when you have slammed your car to look cool and then have problems getting it back to ride height.
This isn't the same. According to the link, this is for driver adjustable dampening. It's not like their Roberuta lift setup that you would've had on your Z.
 

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OK, just found more...
on this page http://www.topsecret...bz/base211.html
top secret offers two style systems. one without reservoir tank, the other with.
without 525,000 yen
with 714,000 yen

Then we move onto the same system with different springs (prototype atm) spring name removed on the pics... but these are from garage saurus. you will notice differnt color, but the base coilover is the same manufacture. dunno what springs, spring weight, etc specs are, im sure in due time they will be revealed.
http://blogs.yahoo.c...g/34582877.html

http://img5.blogs.ya...77_0?1345890802

no price noted on the page. might be due to this being a prototype sofar. its possible these may be less in cost than the top secret versions. they use the in dash adjustments too
 
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