Feal 441's vs Ohlins "Road and Track" DFV Coilovers

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Feal 441's vs Ohlins "Road and Track" DFV Coilovers

Postby GeorgeH807 » Thu Aug 04, 2016 11:13 am

I was wondering if any has any experience in how these compare in a street car. I'm leaning towards the more comfortable suspension because the roads around here are terrible, but if it's close the Feal's seem like a steal. I'm replacing the leaky shocks on my 1990 NA with 6500 miles. Hydraulic seals don't age well apparently :-/
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Re: Feal 441's vs Ohlins "Road and Track" DFV Coilovers

Postby Brian » Thu Aug 04, 2016 8:00 pm

On the NA/NB application not really much difference in ride, the Ohlins on that application does not max the rear travel in the way the Feal does, but Ohlins has the DFV advantage that levels the field. And....and you can select relatively soft Swift springs with the FEAL.
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