For Honda CIVIC ED2 ED3 ED4 1989-1991 4pcs 24 Damper Adjustable Suspension Coilover Shock Absorber kits

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Introduction

MXR-B3 series(also called MXR-SLC) based on MXR-B2 series(also called MXR-SNA) coilovers, which is also height adjustable but adds damping adjustment ability by a knob the top of the shaft. They are also made for street use, but the 24 level rebound damping control allows you the ability to perfectly dial in your coilover setup. You will experience better ride quality in all road conditions.

Application

Compatible For Honda Civic 1988-1991 EC ED EE EF Rear fork type bracket model only (EC8\EC9\ED2\ED3\ED4\ED5\ED6\ED7\EE1\EE2\EE3\EE4\EE5\EE9\EF1\EF2\EF3\EF4\EF5\EF9)
Compatible For Honda CR-X 1988-1991 ED EE EF Rear fork type bracket model only
(ED8\ED9\EE6\EE8\EF6\EF7\EF8)
Compatible For Honda Civic 1992-1995 EG EH EJ Rear fork type bracket model only (EG3\EG4\EG5\EG6\EG7\EG8\EG9\EH1\EH2\EH3\EH4\EH5\EH8\EH9\EJ1\EJ2\EJ3)
Compatible For Honda CR-X del Sol 1992-1995 EG (EG1) Rear fork type bracket model only
Compatible For Honda Civic 1996-2000 EJ EK EM Rear fork type bracket model only (EJ5\EJ6\EJ7\EJ8\EJ9\EK1\EK2\EK3\EK4\EK5\EK8\EK9\EM1)
Compatible For Acura Integra 1990 -1993 DA DB Rear fork type bracket model only
Compatible For Acura Integra 1994-2001 DC2 DC4 Rear fork type bracket model only
Note: for some vehicles, you will need sleeves and washers that are already included in our package.
Notice: The coilovers kit will "Lower your car" and does not keep to the original ride height.

Specification

Front and Rear top mount: rubber
Damping: 24 levels rebound damping adjustable
Spring rate Front: 8 kg/mm (448 lbs/in)
Spring rate Rear: 5 kg/mm (280 lbs/in)
Spring length Front: 180mm
Spring length Rear: 180mm
Adjustable height: lowering 1-3inch
Coilover overall length Front: 365mm-410mm
Coilover overall length Rear: 435mm-480m
Shock type: Twin tube
Spring Preload: 7-10 mm
Color: red body with black spring

Package included

Complete coilovers assembly 2 front and 2 rear
A pair wrench for height adjustment

Dimension

Package dimension : 71*51*21
Weight: 22260g

Feature

1. Lowered height adjustment from 1" - 3" which allow lower center of gravity and also add a more aggressive stance
2. A 24 rebound damping adjustment level allows you the ability to perfectly dial in your coilover setup. You will experience better ride quality in all road conditions.
3. Rubber top mounts help to deliver a smooth and forgiving ride for city use at any speed and rubber joints assist in absorbing hard impacts.
4. Twin-Tube structure allows sufficient stroke within the shock absorber.
5. Complete Suspension Kit of 4 Shock Absorbers & 4 Springs for an easy installation.
6. Separate height adjustment does not affect damper stroke.
7. Height can be adjusted with coilovers installed on the vehicle.
8. High Tensile performance spring - STRESS TESTED OVER 600,000 times while the spring distortion is less than 0.04%. Plus the special surface treatment improves the durability and performance.
9. Height Adjustment tools included.
10. Most pieces in our coilover systems, including mounts, collars and spring perches, are designed from 6061-T6 Billet Aluminum resulting in lightweight, durable and rust resistant components.
11. Steel shock bodies with special surface treatment to improve the durability.
12. Full rebuildable.

Note

For some vehicles, you will need sleeves and
washers that already included in our package


Warranty: one year warranty for any manufacturing defect

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How to Install the Adjustable Coilovers on a 1995 Honda Civic

Editor’s note:Roy White, currently fully rebuilt his 1995 Honda civic with MaXpeedingRods adjustable coilovers. In this article, he shared his using experience, particularly with install guidance and how he managed to get them even. 

image/MaXpeedingRods adjustable coilovers old vs new

New against old! Install was just as simple. 

I have had good time to drive around and get a good feel of the coilovers and I am impressed. 

The damping feature helps dial in stiffness or softness in between the front and rear to better assist with traction concerns, whether it is straight line or cornering, and they are a very smooth ride, even at the stiffest setting. They can provide a ride height close to stock, or slam the belly on the ground drop if that’s what you like, and a good range in between. When you look at the cost, I honestly did not expect to get the quality product that I did, for the price listed. These coilovers do not disappoint!

Installation is pretty straightforward, but professional assistance is always recommended for anyone not looking to take on the task, or if you’re new to adjustable suspension. 

image/MaXpeedingRods adjustable coilovers on 1995 Honda civic

The process is pretty simple though, should you wish to take it on yourself. Simply pre-adjust each coil length, before installing, by loosening the bottom lock nut and raising it up to where you want it to sit, then raise the lower shock body til it meets and locks again with the lower lock ring, (right tighty, lefty loosey fashion). When you’re satisfied, they should measure equally from the top of the body plate, to the top of the lower lock ring (see picture 1)

Picture 1

I measured mine to 10 inches on all of them. This is done before pre-loading and tightening them down.

Once you’re happy with your height, pre-load the coil by placing a small trolley jack under the ball joint and raise it enough to where it would sit if it were lowered to the ground; the lower control arm should be parallel to the ground, then tighten the upper and lower coilover bolts.

After all have been completed, replace your wheels and remove your jack stands and lower the vehicle to the ground. Once it is on the ground, measure each wheel.
These measurements will be taken from the bottom lip of each fender, to the top lip of the rim (see picture 2 and 3)

Picture 2
Picture 3
You will notice, right off, the rear measurements will differ slightly from the front. This is okay, as long as they are the same on each side; rears and fronts. My setup put me at 4 inches on the back and 3 and a half inches in the front. You can adjust the height as needed, if you want them higher or lower (there is AMPLE adjustment range here) should you desire, and Maxpeedingrods has supplied an easy to read instruction sheet to help you along the way with this! 
 
The damper adjustment sits in between the upper bolts you’ll find at the top of the shock tower in your engine bay. Turn the center knob to the left for softer ride, to the right for stiffer. It should turn easily by hand, and you’ll feel a click at each level. From full stiff to full soft should be 24 clicks! Where you want these set will depend upon your driving habit and vehicle use.
 
Each motorsport, if you compete, will require unique properties; stiffer rear and softer front, or softer rear and stiffer front. Stiff on the front will help keep the nose of the vehicle from “diving” while braking (especially in turns) and stiff rear will help keep the car from “squatting” on heavy acceleration. It will take some time to get them set perfect for your need, this is expected. You’ll also want to check your height measurements periodically at first, as some settling can occur. Don’t be alarmed if you see your fender measurements (shown above) do not match later on, just adjust the height where you need to by using that very helpful supplied instruction sheet!
Roy’s 1995 Honda civic

As mentioned, your adjustments will depend on your driving demands. Once you’re satisfied with how your ride characteristics feel, you’re complete! Although not necessary; I suggest checking them at a minimum of each oil change interval (3 months/3000 miles) to ensure you’re still where you want it set (adjust as needed). It only takes a couple additional minutes to do so, and is worth the added peace of mind! 



























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