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  • Koni Adjustable Coilover Kit Suit Ralliart Colt!

    http://www.gslrallysport.com/images/...i%20Header.jpg

    GSL RallySport can now supply Koni adjustable coilover kits to suit Ralliart Colt!

    Full Coilover Kit

    http://www.gslrallysport.com/images/...over%20Kit.jpg

    Front: Damper and Height Adjustable. Tapered Spring, 200lbs through to 300lbs.
    Rear: Damper Adjustable. Progressive Spring, 90lbs through to 135lbs.

    All parts used are standard off the shelf Koni, so you can very quickly change the internal insert, or revalue your existing shock to suit. These are handmade in Australia, using genuine adjustable Koni parts, which are far superior to the damper used in any sub $2k coilover kit from Taiwan. These would be a massive step up from something like BC. For comparisons sake, would sit somewhere between a Tein Super Street and DMS 40mm. To get better than these you'd need to spend $3.5k on the latter.

    These are exchange, so what needs to happen is you either provide us a set of OEM shocks upfront, OR you can buy the set in stock and put down a $200 bond that will be returned upon receipt of your OEM shocks once the coilovers are fitted. Using our freight accounts we can organize pickup of your shocks and just add it to the price, as our freight will be A LOT cheaper than sending in the post etc.

    Price: $1975 for the car set (front and rear) including GST.

    For more information or to purchase the Koni Adjustable Coilover Kit so suit Ralliart Colt, contact GSL RallySport:

    Ph: 1300 884 836 (within Australia)
    Ph: +617 3188 7534 (International)
    Email: sales@gslrallysport.com
    Web: www.gslrallysport.com
    Address: Unit 5 / 14 Buttonwood Place, Willawong QLD 4110
    Last edited by gslrallysport; 21-08-2012, 06:13 PM.

  • #2
    Nice work there mate - they look the goods.

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    • #3
      Thanks mate!

      Also, apologies for the delay in getting information out to people. Even up until a few weeks ago we were still working out the ideal spring rates to match valving etc, and really only came together in the last week. Also I was away for almost 3 weeks which didn't help!

      As always guys, any questions just let us know!

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      • #4
        Very nice, they went for fixed springs and no adjustable pre load on them, A much ideal setup for our cars IMO Plus the whiteline rear sway will now fit.

        Any idea on now much lower they will go over stock?

        And what are those rates compared to the normal rating of coilovers at say 4kg and 5kg figures

        Also How do you adjust the damping on them?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Macca View Post
          Any idea on now much lower they will go over stock?
          The rears are 30mm lower than stock, the fronts will range 20mm ish either side of that.

          And what are those rates compared to the normal rating of coilovers at say 4kg and 5kg figures
          4kg = 224lbs
          5kg = 280lbs

          Also How do you adjust the damping on them?
          Fronts are externally using the knob supplied (pictured) on top of the shock, rears are internally by pushing down on the piston rod and rotating.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by gslrallysport View Post
            The rears are 30mm lower than stock, the fronts will range 20mm ish either side of that.
            Is the unaltered? Is there potential to lower further manually?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Llewellyn View Post
              Is the unaltered? Is there potential to lower further manually?
              The rear is fixed 30mm as the rear is separate shock/spring.

              Fronts you'd be able to go 20mm lower than that.

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              • #8
                wondering if any forum member here has had this fitted on their rcolt? Would love to read some feedback on it....

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Fizz View Post
                  wondering if any forum member here has had this fitted on their rcolt? Would love to read some feedback on it....
                  We have not had any feedback yet on these coilovers.

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                  • #10
                    Any interest on these?

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                    • #11
                      Now on ebay... starting at less than $1k!

                      http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/-/370912022097

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                      • Andrew
                        Andrew commented
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                        How much height adjustment is there front and rear?

                    • #12
                      The rears are 30mm lower than stock, the fronts will range 20mm ish either side of that.

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