Our DSD dampers are the result of over four years of track and street testing to provide a complete coilover system that would allow tight yet cushioned ride, but would be able to handle a weekend in the caynons or on track. It's full-length adjustment system keep ride height and preload adjustments separate by having easily adjustable length shock bodies. This feature allows you to make quick setup changes with the included forged spanner and also allows corner weighting without affecting spring preload. Damping curves are are easily adjusted through the top of the shock. We use 8/5 settings for the street and start at 15/12 for track.
Our testing was done using both MZR and V8 conversion cars. Spanning over 40k miles and dozens of track days through the course of testing. We think this is a great balanced setup when paired with our sway bars.
2006-2015 MX5 damper:
Fully threaded aluminum bodied
30 way adjustable valving, rebound and compression together
Independent pre-load and ride height adjustments
10K(560lbs) front 6(340lbs) rear spring rates
SAE9254 high strength cold wound then heat treated steel
Aluminum upper mounts, rubber isolated to help aid NHV(factory rear mount is used for NC)
NOK oil seals, 20w race series oil
Bump stops and dust boots included
Hard anodized for corrision resistance
Shocks can be rebuilt or custom valved
Supported by a 18 month warranty
|Dimensions||20 × 28 × 8 in|
Had a rear damper go out right at 50K miles so got the set of 4 DSDs. In anticipation of doing an LS swap, I decided to do the upgrade. The car now is much more stable. Like a go-cart on steriods. It already has a 300hp turboed 2L, but you know what they say about horsepower...lol. Need to do the upgrade on the brake system now.