Front and Rear fitment
Ride Height: Threaded Adjustment
Avg. low 0.8"-2.0"F/0.8"-2.0"R
2-way adjustable Kit includes upgraded adjustable top mounts.
"Coil-overs for the race track and the road"
Originally developed for European customers driving at the Nordschleife track in Germany, the KW Clubsport Coil-Overs are for customers who demand a better handling car during track day events, but also require a setup that can be used every day. The suspension settings can be adjusted to meet the requirements of your tires and the intended use and can be combined with the independently adjustable rebound and compression damping technology to allow a suspension setup based on vehicle load, tire characteristics and different track conditions.
KW Clubsport ensures excellent handling, performance, agility and improved lap times.
- Height adjustable coil-overs
- Performance setup for the racetrack
- Independently adjustable, low speed, compression and rebound forces
- High performance linear race springs
- "inox-line" stainless steel damper bodies
- Optional racing top mounts available for some applications
- TÜV approval possible depending on specification
Compression and Rebound Adjustment
Based on vehicle specifications, the rebound adjustment is made via a spindle at the end of the piston rod. Rebound adjustment controls car body vibrations and influences handling and comfort in the low-speed damping range. By using rebound adjustment, the vehicle can be fine tuned to the requirements of the driver – from a comfortable ride quality to a tighter and more responsive ride with improved road-holding characteristics.
The compression adjustment is carried out at the lower end of the shock absorber via KW's patented multi-purpose valve. The large number of pre-set parameters on this valve allow for a wide range of adjustment. The coil-over's low-speed compression adjustment range allows for significant changes in driving behavior. Increasing damping force supports the vehicle during compression and slows rolling motions for improved steering behavior.