Are the arms/bushings recommended for every MPP coilover kit install? If not, at what point would you want/need anything more than just the coilovers?
I’ve had Ohlins R/T on My previous vehicle, and after about 12,000 miles they would need servicing to get rid of a click noise internally. Parts inside would wear out. That was a pain to do. Remove the suspension and then ship them off and wait two to three weeks to get them back. Do KW coilovers need similar type of servicing to keep them running optimal?
Both are great kits with minor differences, you really can't go wrong with either one - we keep both in stock.Hey Tom! I'm just waiting for work to die down before making an appointment with Kevin to come in and get some coilovers on my MYP! But I had a Quick Q. Which would you recommend between the KW v3 and the MPP? I actually took my MYP to the canyons and with only the Eibach springs I had installed it did pretty well. I just feel there is a lot of floatiness which I don't care for. Also what other parts would you recommend if I were to take my car on spirited canyon drives and an occasional autoX/Track day?
Ok great! What other parts would I need besides the MPP coilovers? Rear camber arms?Both are great kits with minor differences, you really can't go wrong with either one - we keep both in stock.
For the enthusiast and aggressive drivers, I would lean towards MPP.
Rear camber arms are recommended to keep alignment specs happy.Ok great! What other parts would I need besides the MPP coilovers? Rear camber arms?