Unfortunately, they didn't. To be honest, I explained everything to them and stating that a larger amount of interest could be generated, if they were a Little more complete for all Stevens cars, so that new owners/buyers shouldn't buy into a kit that needs Expert help to sort it out.
They weren't interested at all.
I find that sad.
But good on you Erik, to wake them up and get a straight offer. Would that be with receiving addresses all over the World?
The Lotac kit is a different beast being non-adjustable. I want adjustability. And rebuildability.
Nitron currently are suppliers to Lotus factory of suspension components.
I had the two aluminium cups made and anodised and ready to install, when I'll finally order the Nitron kit, but it's been delayed by me, as I had to direct my attention to my Corrado and my laverda. And we have invested in some home stuff in the meantime
All the Lotac poly bushings are a bit harder than their rubber variants, but not track like ahrd. Meant to Work on a road car with the occasional track day. There are now gearbox bushings to suit, which I've ordered. Then that is under control.
I also ordered a nice new anodised aluminium pipe for between the fuel tanks, but dealing with small Companies who supply this is not alway easy and it's now been 4 months since ordering. Well, some day.
I mention this with bushings etc, because I see it as a whole system working together, not isolated parts.
The Bilstein/Eibach offering from Lotus is too soft for me, and way too expensive for what it is. And ride height is too high, even when correctly installed, and the lock ring being in the lower position (-10mm).
Flatter poly discs replacing rubber parts in suspension Towers are one way of doing things, which I will do. That should save me 10mm without altering the dampers/spings. Sport300 had something similar.