I asked this over at Miata.net, but it doesn't appear that anyone owns these over there.
Anyway, like many people, I've been researching various suspension upgrades for my car.
One question I've been unable to answer with a LOT of searching is the adjustment range of Tein Super Street coilovers. I kind of like the spring rates on these (6k/4k) compared with the Tein Flex coilovers (7k/5k). However, in going through Tein's website they have a listing of min / max lowering of these, but I must be an idiot as I can't quite figure out what this means?http://www.tein.com/price/mazda.html
It lists 1.4" front and 1.3" rear lowering, but then on rear max/min it lists -1.5 and -2.2?? That makes it sound like you can't go any higher than a 1.5" lowering in the rear.
On the Flex coilovers, it sounds like you can do pretty much stock height (aka 0) and then max out at 2.2" of lowering.
Has anyone used these coilovers and knows the adjustment ranges, or maybe someone else can read this better than I can?
My goal, in case anyone is wondering, is a street set up that hovers around 1" of lowering give or take. I have a steep driveway and would like to be able to adjust in case the front scrapes.