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Old 01-25-2008, 01:30 PM
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Endura-Tech Coilovers say Hello!

Hello! We would like to introduce ourselves here to all the S-Chassis.com members. Endura-Tech is a new manufacturer vendor here and just wanted to introduce you to our company and our line of coilovers.

We offer both the S13 and S14 coilover applications featuring:
7k/5k spring rate on the S13 (Honestly not too soft for Daily Driving)
7k/5k, 8/6 and 9/7 on the S14 (all valved accordingly)
10-way rebound adjustability
Stainless steel pillowball mounts with camber plate adjustment on the front units (Rear top mounts have a rubber bushing and no camber plate).
Lower bracket height adjustability so there is no need to play with the pre-load on the springs.
Twin-tube gas damper
High temperature stress relieved steel piston rod and
Dust boot cover

Introductory Offer:
On special for this weekend (1/25-28) are the ETC-NS1402 coilovers offering a 9k front and 7k rear spring rate and ETC-NS1300 (7k/5k) Coilovers. This opportunity will only last through the weekend. See other applications for price comparisons.

Although we are relatively new to the Nissan S13 and S14 markets, we have been manufacturing coilovers for other applications such as Subaru and Mitsubishi and have had a very good response in those markets and from those in the Nissan market that are familiar with us. Check out Powerzamcam.com or do a search on us at other forums. See our list of dealers on our site www.endura-tech.com



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Old 01-29-2008, 08:36 AM
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Introductory offer ends at 12:00 Noon CST today January 29th.
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Old 01-29-2008, 11:51 AM
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how much are they??
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Old 01-29-2008, 01:04 PM
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$1518.00/ea according to the site for S14 one..

but..is there a vender price or something?

bit expensive for something that hasn't been around for long for this chassis..better out perform my Stance GR+'s or something...
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Old 01-29-2008, 01:39 PM
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yeaaaah...its 1512.00 for the S13 ones...


...im good on that
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Old 02-12-2008, 09:12 AM
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I see we are open again. Thanks Mods, for getting us up and running again.
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hmm i run stiffer in the rear on my coilovers for handleing no offense it may be good for a Subaru/Mitsu but s-chassis are rwd. ive tried softer coils in the rear then in the front but the car dosnt handle. just imo
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No offense taken. For a daily driver, the softer rates in the rear are actually pretty nice, based off the reviews we have had and experienced. If one was to increase the rear another kg, the valving is built for that.
In the case of the S14, we have multiple spring rates available that are all valved accordingly. 7/5, 8/6, 9/7.

We understand that everyone has their viewpoints and experience with things that work and don't work. This is a forum to talk about these aspects and such. What is right for one may not be for another.

Thanks for chimining in.

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Originally Posted by battosaii930 View Post
hmm i run stiffer in the rear on my coilovers for handleing no offense it may be good for a Subaru/Mitsu but s-chassis are rwd. ive tried softer coils in the rear then in the front but the car dosnt handle. just imo
Actually quite the opposite. Evos and STIs work well with stiffer rears to help the car rotate. RWD cars do not have this problem and therefor on an s-chassis, you almost always want a stiffer front then rear. How much of a difference depends on your particular setup and goals. For example a drift setup would tend to be have a more equal setup for fast rear response and a more rear biased balance.
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