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      11-07-2017, 01:12 PM   #1
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► Built-To-Order Suspension Kits Available at APEX Race Parts (JRZ, Hyperco, GC)

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      11-14-2017, 02:09 PM   #2
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JRZ, Hyperco, and Ground Control - the coilover dream team.

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Learn more about the JRZ RS-ONE damper in our blog article.
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      05-18-2018, 07:37 PM   #4
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do you guys carry tckline white koni read adjustable shocks for e90 application?
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do you guys carry tckline white koni read adjustable shocks for e90 application?
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Unfortunately we do not carry any TC Kline products at this time. We would highly recommend checking out the TC Kline website directly!

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Learn more about the JRZ RS-TWO damper in our blog article.
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We couldn't have said it better ourselves

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Would these be overboard for someone who only does tracking once in a blue moon?
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Would these be overboard for someone who only does tracking once in a blue moon?
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That is a great question, and honestly these would not be overboard. The perks of a premium damper like the JRZ extend well beyond the track. This damper will feel at home while you're turning into a tight chicane at the track, or turning into the parking lot at your local grocery store.

The beauty of the JRZ is that these dampers offer true performance in any scenario. The old adage of "you get what you pay for" absolutely can be applied to suspensions like the JRZ RS line.

We would recommend our "Level 1" springs for your application, as it will be best suited for a car that sees much more street use. This ensures a ride that is tighter and more sports car oriented. All while still maintaining a more supple ride do to the JRZ damper.

Please let us know if you have any further questions, as we are always here to help with configuration or setup of these kits for your application! Just shoot us a PM.

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vincedea,

That is a great question, and honestly these would not be overboard. The perks of a premium damper like the JRZ extend well beyond the track. This damper will feel at home while you're turning into a tight chicane at the track, or turning into the parking lot at your local grocery store.

The beauty of the JRZ is that these dampers offer true performance in any scenario. The old adage of "you get what you pay for" absolutely can be applied to suspensions like the JRZ RS line.

We would recommend our "Level 1" springs for your application, as it will be best suited for a car that sees much more street use. This ensures a ride that is tighter and more sports car oriented. All while still maintaining a more supple ride do to the JRZ damper.

Please let us know if you have any further questions, as we are always here to help with configuration or setup of these kits for your application! Just shoot us a PM.

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After reading post on here about coilovers in general they seem to not last very long compared to just a regular shock/strut setup. Been seeing a lot of people rebuild or service after 15k-20k for coilovers in general. Is that really case? How long will the JRZ last before needing to be service or rebuilt?
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After reading post on here about coilovers in general they seem to not last very long compared to just a regular shock/strut setup. Been seeing a lot of people rebuild or service after 15k-20k for coilovers in general. Is that really case? How long will the JRZ last before needing to be service or rebuilt?
vincedea,

That is partially correct, while it is true that all premium dampers do require rebuilding, these dampers will perform at a much higher level than any standard spring and shock combination.

JRZ does recommend rebuilding the dampers every 20,000 miles to ensure that the dampers are performing to their maximum potential at all times. Please keep in mind that this is simply a recommendation and your mileage may vary.

Often times, a car that sees primarily street use will require a much longer service interval. A car that sees constant track use or is being raced competitively in a professional racing series, will require much more frequent servicing.

I hope this was helpful information. If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.

Thanks!
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vincedea,

That is partially correct, while it is true that all premium dampers do require rebuilding, these dampers will perform at a much higher level than any standard spring and shock combination.

JRZ does recommend rebuilding the dampers every 20,000 miles to ensure that the dampers are performing to their maximum potential at all times. Please keep in mind that this is simply a recommendation and your mileage may vary.

Often times, a car that sees primarily street use will require a much longer service interval. A car that sees constant track use or is being raced competitively in a professional racing series, will require much more frequent servicing.

I hope this was helpful information. If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.

Thanks!
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Thanks max pretty much what I needed to hear. Now I got to decide what to do.
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Here are a couple photos of the kits that were produced specifically for us in our last group buy:







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We have many full coilover kits with Ground Control camber plates and Hyperco springs in stock and ready to ship today. You already have an incredibly balanced chassis, watch it come to life with an adjustable suspension that can keep up. Your favorite tracks as well as the roads you drive every day will be much more enjoyable.

Get yours fast as we are the largest stocking distributor of BMW-specific JRZ suspensions in the United States.
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Distinct "clicks" and easy-to-reach adjustments are just another reason why we're so excited to offer JRZ dampers in our coilover kits.

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These look like quality items for use on a silky smooth track, but for road going applications, solid top and bottom mounts cause to many stress cracks in the body shell of a road car, with the surfaces a road car has to deal with. coming from a body man of 41 yrs experience.... these are for a car with a cage tied into the suspension pick up points, nice kit though.
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We've done our homework and have selected only the highest-quality components to use in the suspension kits we offer. Best of all, we stock these parts in our own warehouse, so there is no need to order everything from a different supplier.

Choose your dampers.
Choose your camber plates.
Choose your spring rates.

Give us a call or PM with any questions, we're happy to work with you to build the ideal setup for your application.

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It's all in the details. Our helper spring adapters are designed to minimize stack height at all costs. Using a recessed mounting pad adds less than 1/4" to the overall height of the setup, while precisely matching the diameters of both springs and not allowing any play.

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