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★★★ Darkside Engineering - BC Racing Coilovers Exige/Elise - Now IN STOCK ★★★





BC Racing Coilovers - Now In-Stock for your Exige or Elise.​




Order Them From Our Website:
Darkside Engineering



The most exciting part about these is the price. Not looking to pay over $2000 for a set of coilovers? Well we have your option right here. These babies are only $1250 , with free shipping to the 48 states. They offer superior performance without the huge price tag. We run this same brand on the shop Evo X, which sees frequent track time, as well as our Elise.



Positive Customer Reviews:
http://www.lotustalk.com/forums/f172/review-bc-racing-coil-over-shocks-75035/
http://www.lotustalk.com/forums/1327507-post24.html Post #22 and #24 in this thread.



Features:
  • Free Shipping! to the 48 States.
  • 7k/8k Springrates - 392lb/448lb
  • 30 Way Adjustable Dampening Settings
  • Non-Inverted Design
  • 1 Year warranty, with excellent replacement plan. If a damper goes out after the year period, you simply send the unit in, and they will replace it with an entirely new damper for only $95. You send the unit to Orlando, where BC Racing USA does the swap.
  • Includes a set of Spanner Wrenches to make adjustments.


Price:
$1250 Shipped.


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I have only seen one review on these - anybody else try them yet??
 

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They are a great company but this is not the same setup on the evo x the evo setup has a different design and spring rate so you can not compare.

As far as quailty goes they are just as good as every other avg. coilover company but what makes BC Racing stand out from the others is there customer service, warranty exchange & rebuilding cost which from what i recall is very cheap vs a high end coilover setup like JRZ.

I hope my review helps out.
 

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We have sold a good amount of sets. Where did you see the review?

the review i saw said that the fronts had to be mounted upside down from what an elise/exige designed damper should be mounted.
 

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what's up with the upside down mounting? Can someone weigh in on that? The price is attractive...
The "upside down" mounting is actually standard mounting. Its the way many cars come, and the way many aftermarket systems are set-up. The shock cartridge is located at the bottom of the assembly, and the adjustment for rebound is made at the top.

Our setup on the shop Evo X is this same way, with the 2-way coilover setup.
 
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