Try KW Coilover Springs ( Sleeves ) If you use your car on track events from time to time you won't be disappointed. It works better than many entry level coilovers kits, or sport suspensions. They are not cheap as lowered springs, but worth price.Yes, 3.6k but includes the rear ARB.
Im considering the following as well
KW SLEEVE COILOVER CONVERSION KIT together with the EIBACH ANTI-ROLL BAR KIT (Front & Rear)
Basically retain the existing Bilstein shocks but adding the KW sleeve kit will allow adjustable suspension all round. Add to this strengthened Eibach front & Rear ARBs and I reckon that will improve the handling massively...SVM do both for £2329 Inc VAT & Installation....£1300 Cheaper than the Litcho set up, however you are getting brand new shocks with the Litcho but I think its only the rear ARB?
Thanks for the heads up bud. I track maybe twice a year (if that) so its good to get feedback from another member who's tried this set up. have you also upgraded the front & rear ARBs?Try KW Coilover Springs ( Sleeves ) If you use your car on track events from time to time you won't be disappointed. It works better than many entry level coilovers kits, or sport suspensions. They are not cheap as lowered springs, but worth price.
Cheers buddy. Be good to get the lowdown on the litcho set up.Picking my car up on Thursday with the Litchfield suspension, will keep you posted.
how did you find the ride quality of the Ohlins over 2012 stock suspension as I find with non-run flats on OEM suspension, things are not all that bad compared with run flats. I'm considering the DFV's so any input is highly appreciated.I've used the KW sleeve kit and it offers you the chance to adjust ride height and is marginally stiffer than OEM. I'm now on Ohlins R&T DFV which offer much greater adjustability and are extremely smooth over poor surfaces. The Ohlins are a great solution for a road and occasional track car IMHO. I'm probably going to swap these out for a more track focused coilover in the near future :wavey: :chuckle: