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Old 02-05-2017, 12:19 PM   #29
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Old 03-10-2017, 04:11 PM   #30
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Anyone with some new update of the MeisterR ZetaCRD coilovers?

Also, we done a little video of what we do in and out of our workshop.
Just a little something to fun put together by me.

[ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-Om8NXJv4c"]MeisterR Suspension Intro 2017 (UK Engineered Coilovers) - YouTube[/ame]

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Old 03-10-2017, 04:40 PM   #31
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Anyone with some new update of the MeisterR ZetaCRD coilovers?

Also, we done a little video of what we do in and out of our workshop.
Just a little something to fun put together by me.



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Not looking for my FRS but do you guys make these for the 3rd gen MR2 spyder?
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Not looking for my FRS but do you guys make these for the 3rd gen MR2 spyder?
Yes, we do.
We have them in stock also.

You can read a customer's review here:
http://www.mr2roc.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=61814

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A few other members have purchase, any new reviews will be great.
Also, for those interested, we have a group buy happening at the moment on the ZetaCRD coilovers for FR-S / BRZ / GT86 application.

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What range of drop can you get out of these? I'm thinking about coilovers, but don't want too much of a drop.
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Old 05-04-2017, 04:12 PM   #35
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Mine will be installed next week! Ill give my 2 cents after some spirited driving

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What range of drop can you get out of these? I'm thinking about coilovers, but don't want too much of a drop.
This thread is barely 3 pages long... All you have to do is read it to find the answer.
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As far as what you need, there aren't anything else.
Should bolt on, achieve the 1" drop you want, and provide better steering response and weight transfer control.

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I would say dropping 2" shouldn't be a problem.
Looking at the pictures, this show at least a 2" drop from standard.

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In the picture Jerrick posted, the drop was about 2.5" in the front and 2.25" in the rear. There's still another quarter inch in it probably- maybe a little more.
So there's a couple of posts mentioning possible drops, but not the actual full range, unless I missed it somewhere.
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You stated you didnt want too much of a drop, and I would say its pretty much confirmed that you can get a 2-2.5'' drop out of these. I figured that would be sufficient for youre needs
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I didn't get the email of how to set the preload can someone just post the file on here
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Today I was testing new suspension setup and geo meisterr zeta crd+ , drop 0,8 inch I will make some review later now I can say it is way better than before great suspension for that price range Thank you Meisterr




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I had mine installed a week ago and have put a few hundred miles on the coilover , just want to give some impression of how I feel about it compare to stock suspension that I have been dd for 4 and 1/2 years , out of the box it look extremely nice , the install was pretty easy , the coilover was preset to give about 1/2" drop front/rear , after few days of driving to and back from work on the same route that i have commuted over the years , the first word i have to say is amazing , it greatly improve the ride quality and handling performance of the car , i chose this coil mainly because of the reviews from the previous user on this forum and every thing have been said is true , in my op this is big bang for buck regarding suspension mod and i am glad that i put it on my car. THANKS JERRICK
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I had mine installed a week ago and have put a few hundred miles on the coilover , just want to give some impression of how I feel about it compare to stock suspension that I have been dd for 4 and 1/2 years , out of the box it look extremely nice , the install was pretty easy , the coilover was preset to give about 1/2" drop front/rear , after few days of driving to and back from work on the same route that i have commuted over the years , the first word i have to say is amazing , it greatly improve the ride quality and handling performance of the car , i chose this coil mainly because of the reviews from the previous user on this forum and every thing have been said is true , in my op this is big bang for buck regarding suspension mod and i am glad that i put it on my car. THANKS JERRICK
Thanks for the feedback, makes me feel even better about purchasing these I haven't installed mine yet. Any photos of your car at the preset height?
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