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Tein Flex Z adjustables

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Hi All,

Has anyone used Tein Flex Z suspension before. Spring rates front: 12.0Kgf/mm rear: 10.0Kgf/mm

Are these any good? My shocks need replacing so looking at putting these in. Any other recommendations?

Thanks

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MCA - Great product and they are in QLD, speak to Josh and he will recommend the right one including the recommended spring rate for the 370Z which they have done a lot off testing with. 

 

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What did you end up going with Bob?

I'm looking at getting these Tein Coilovers, anyone know if the rear has seperate springs or spring and shock together like the front?

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Tein's aren't true coilovers not that makes much of a difference pending on your use, don't agree with the spring rates more so for the rear.. I'm currently running  MCA X-C 16 front and 5 for the rear spring rates and the rear is stiff enough for me!! I can only Imagine what 10 spring rates for the rears would be like..

Personally I'd go MCA Blue over Teins, based on my extensive research and budget before I bought my MCA.  Teins were hit and miss in terms of ride... Plus if anything goes wrong with MCA , they are only a stone throw away not to mention they have done a lot of testing on the 370Z on the track and road..

If you have the spare cash I'd be getting MCA Blues but its your decision and money at the end of the day..

 

Just sharing my opinion of course ;)

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ok cool, thanks for your advice.

I'm still yet to make a decision yet, soon hopefully though.

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