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      11-30-2011, 03:59 PM   #1
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      12-01-2011, 10:49 AM   #2
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What are the front and rear spring rates? How much suspension travel is there? Do you need to run a really low ride height with these?

Where did you install the rear remote canister? What are the pressure ranges for the front and rear canisters?

How many low and high speed compression, and high speed rebound settings/clicks are there?
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how street able are they?
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What are the front and rear spring rates? How much suspension travel is there? Do you need to run a really low ride height with these?

Where did you install the rear remote canister? What are the pressure ranges for the front and rear canisters?

How many low and high speed compression, and high speed rebound settings/clicks are there?
Now these are some serious questions

I think it's 450 900? not sure. I'm pretty confident on remembering the 900. but the 450 is a complete guess
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Now these are some serious questions

I think it's 450 900? not sure. I'm pretty confident on remembering the 900. but the 450 is a complete guess
I've heard good things about Nitron's but have no personal experience with them. Asked most of the questions to see how big the range of adjustments really are and if they would be tolerable on the street.

Last question, if used on the street how much time between rebuilds? If it's a true race damper then the street environment would give it a good workout!

450 lbf/in sounds really low, if paired with a 900 lbf/in rear. I'm currently running 600/800 lbf/in and the balance is good for my driving style. I'd expect the front to be at least 650 lbf/in but I could be wrong.
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I have Nitron Race Pro-3 way on my Lotus Elise. This is one of the best you can get. The street driving is awsome. Comparing with Lotus OEM sports package and Ohlin coil over, this is much much more comfortable. I ordered them directly from Hofmann's in UK and their customer support is also top notch.
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Bump for a beautiful track setup, I don't think i would take a gorgeous set of Nitron's on the street. But to each their own, I guess I am not balla enough!!! Wish I was :-)
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What are the front and rear spring rates? How much suspension travel is there? Do you need to run a really low ride height with these?

Where did you install the rear remote canister? What are the pressure ranges for the front and rear canisters?

How many low and high speed compression, and high speed rebound settings/clicks are there?
Please give me a call at 650.733.6506, will be more than happy to answer your questions in more intricate detail.

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Please give me a call at 650.733.6506, will be more than happy to answer your questions in more intricate detail.
Thanks but no longer interested at this point.
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Thanks but no longer interested at this point.
Not a problem. thank you..

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