Raceland Honda Civic 8th Gen Full Coilover Review
The new Raceland fully threaded 8th Gen coilovers allow owners the ability to lower the ride height of their vehicles while also increasing performance and handling without sacrificing ride quality.
Riverton, UT (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
The new Raceland partially threaded 8th Gen Coilovers are designed to give 8th Gen owners the ability to lower the ride height of their cars without compromising ride quality. With a threaded shock body, owners can adjust the ride height of their cars one to three inches below the stock ride height to fit the tastes of those who like a mild drop to those who want an aggressive “slammed” drop.
Raceland also takes pride and pays attention to the details by running several months worth of test fitment and road testing to ensure that the spring and damping rates are appropriate, ensuring a stiffer but comfortable ride quality over stock.
The 8th Gen coilovers make use of the stock OEM upper strut mounts to provide a more forgiving ride while still increasing the performance and handling of the vehicle. This is particularly important for those who daily drive their vehicles where a stiff track-type setup may be too aggressive and exhausting.
The springs and dampers are well matched to provide a healthy amount of travel and will perform effectively no matter how low the vehicle is lowered within the adjustment range. To adjust the ride height, the springs are raised or lowered by adjusting the spring perches with the supplied spanner wrenches. It is also important to keep in mind that there may be a need to use wheel spacers or roll the fenders of the vehicle to prevent any rubbing when lowering the vehicle.
Raceland stands behind their products by backing them with a 2 year warranty and a 30 day satisfaction guarantee.
Raceland USA was founded in 2009 with the objective to provide car enthusiasts performance parts at an affordable price by selling direct. What that means is you are buying quality products at or below distributor pricing.
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