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RoadsterSport Springs for RF

Postby MatthewC014 » Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:55 am

I notice that GWR offers Progress Springs specifically made for the RF. Are there RF specific RoadsterSport Springs available? If not, are there plans for them, or would they even be necessary? For reference I would be running them with the stock Club Bilsteins.
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Re: RoadsterSport Springs for RF

Postby Brian » Thu Apr 27, 2017 1:05 pm

The RF springs are shipping, details are covered in this thread and the product description.

YES...needed because other springs will result in the back end sitting low because of the extra weight at the back, all of this covered in the product description in more detail.

Also see threads of happy RF spring customers at Miata.net like THIS ONE.
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Re: RoadsterSport Springs for RF

Postby MatthewC014 » Thu Apr 27, 2017 4:19 pm

Brian wrote:The RF springs are shipping, details are covered in this thread and the product description.

YES...needed because other springs will result in the back end sitting low because of the extra weight at the back, all of this covered in the product description in more detail.

Also see threads of happy RF spring customers at Miata.net like THIS ONE.


Brian, thank you for the reply, however the information you linked takes me to the RF Progress springs. I was inquiring whether or not you have or plan to develop RF specific RoadsterSport springs. I am interested in the stiffer spring rate.
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Re: RoadsterSport Springs for RF

Postby Brian » Thu Apr 27, 2017 4:43 pm

No plans at this time to do the RoadsterSport Springs in special RF version. First, the rate is so much higher that likely we do not need special set to get heights right on the RF, plan to try a set in our RF here soon with Bilstein shocks.
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Re: RoadsterSport Springs for RF

Postby MatthewC014 » Thu Apr 27, 2017 4:59 pm

Brian wrote:No plans at this time to do the RoadsterSport Springs in special RF version. First, the rate is so much higher that likely we do not need special set to get heights right on the RF, plan to try a set in our RF here soon with Bilstein shocks.


Thanks. I look forward to reading the results of the RF installation. If you say it works out, I'm 99% sure I'll be ordering a set.
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Re: RoadsterSport Springs for RF

Postby Brian » Thu Apr 27, 2017 5:40 pm

I 'hope' it works out. If the rear sits low on RF then we might do RF version of RoadsterSport on next batch...but likely a year before that would happen.
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Re: RoadsterSport Springs for RF

Postby Brian » Wed May 17, 2017 6:30 pm

First time RF Springs AND KONI SPORT Shocks!

Also added new 17x8 Konig ULTRAFORM Flow Formed Light and Strong Wheels.

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More shots when the morning light comes!
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Re: RoadsterSport Springs for RF

Postby Brian » Wed May 17, 2017 6:32 pm

Same shot, slight crop and smaller size for linking to the wheel product page.
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Re: RoadsterSport Springs for RF

Postby Brian » Wed May 17, 2017 6:38 pm

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