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  • Flyin Miata Springs on ebay

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Flyin...ies#ht_500wt_0

    The buy it now isn't a particularly good deal but it may be worth keeping an eye on them just in case a last minute sniping oppurtunity arises.

  • #2
    those are an odd looking spring.
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    • #3
      how so? I use them and quite like them but I would prefer something a bit stiffer although unfortunately these seem to be the stiffest non-coilover sleeve spring readily available.

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      • #4
        Just a lot of coils bunched together.

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        • #5
          ya...those are progressive rate springs
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          • #6
            Originally posted by MX5ATLanta.com View Post
            how so? I use them and quite like them but I would prefer something a bit stiffer although unfortunately these seem to be the stiffest non-coilover sleeve spring readily available.
            go to summit and try to see if they have springs in your required length and at a rate you like.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by redrumracer View Post
              go to summit and try to see if they have springs in your required length and at a rate you like.
              Your signature is FTL ! :wtf:

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              • #8
                Originally posted by MX5ATLanta.com View Post
                how so? I use them and quite like them but I would prefer something a bit stiffer although unfortunately these seem to be the stiffest non-coilover sleeve spring readily available.
                IIRC H&R does... @ 320f 275r (or was it 350 front...?)

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