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Old 17-11-2019, 15:33   #1
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Hey guys,

I’ve had meisterR coilovers like these before in my mx5 road legal track car... I have to say I’ve been really impressed with the quality and the ride... but that’s a different car completely .

I’m new to Evo’s and currently playing/purchasing an evo 6 on standard shocks...with a front top mount prob..

I’m trying to work out wether to keep standard shocks and change springs or to go coilovers with the meisterR club sport or gt1...

I’ve read as much as I can but so far so much is conflicting.. yes I can go ohlins .. tried and tested etc ... but my experience with the coilovers I’ve had before — it was a huge difference and I’d like to give these guys another go...unless they are a total no no... they can’t be that much of a budget option as they are looking at £1800 for a set!

But Id like feedback from anyone with real world experience of these on and evo 4-6 please...are u happy? Are they well balanced for road and track?
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Old 17-11-2019, 15:45   #2
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Is this even related to MLR
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Old 17-11-2019, 15:55   #3
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Iím sorry I donít follow? Iím looking for real world experience of meisterR on the evo 4-6 platform...
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As far is my knowledge goes thereís a few lads on here runing them hopefully thay should give you three options on them buddy itís just getting them Out there small dark cubbyholes lol


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Old 19-12-2019, 22:20   #5
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I’m trying to work out wether to kee my ip birthday wishes tneb p standard shocks and change springs or to go coilovers with the meisterR club sport or gt1...

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Old 20-12-2019, 00:43   #6
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For 1800 you have many options such as Ohlins DFV, Nitorn and BC
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Old 20-12-2019, 07:12   #7
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I’m trying to work out wether to keep standard shocks and change springs or to go coilovers with the meisterR club sport or gt1...
If you are confident that your standard shocks are in good order then simply changing the springs would be a good option. I presume you are looking at something like the Teins that will reduce stock ride height by 20-30mm? Don't know what model Evo you have, but I had excellent results from doing this on one of my Xs. And, of course, it's really cheap to do.
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For 1800 you have many options such as Ohlins DFV, Nitorn and BC
You'd be lucky to find a set of Nitron R1s for under around £2,500. And I'd reckon on set of Ohlin DFVs being over £2k also.
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