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Corrosion is one of the biggest enemy of coilovers, especially in the UK where road salt are used over the winter.
Over the years, there are many recommendation for products against corrosion such as white lithium grease, waxoil, etc.

MeisterR have been working with a chemical specialist to bring you the latest protection for coilovers.
The MeisterR ARC (Anti-Rust Coat) is a chemical that bonds to any metal surfaces to create a thin lubricating layer that blocks and stop corrosion.




Once applied to a metal surfaces, the chemical create a 5 micron thin layer that is self sacrificial.
What that means is that the product will eat itself in order to prevent corrosion.
An application of ARC will typical last 12 months, but we recommend applying once before winter and every 6 months to ensure maximum protection.

We recommend applying the ARC before installation on all metal to metal surfaces (such as inside of the bracket where it contact the threaded damper case) and all exposed metal surfaces.

Note: As ARC will bond to metal surfaces, you must not allow the ARC to contact any part of the braking system.
If the ARC are bond to the brake disk, remove them with a solvent such as brake cleaner.
If the ARC contaminated the brake pad, we highly recommended discarding the brake pad as the ARC may be soak up up the pad material.

The ARC are £14.95 a bottle, and will easily do all 4 coilovers.
You can purchase them here:
MeisterR ARC (Anti-Rust Coat) - £14.95 : CyberSpeeds, The Performance Part Specialist

As an introductory offer, we will provide FREE SHIPPING for the ARC. :)

If anyone have any questions, please feel free to let me know.

Best Regards,

Jerrick
 

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Quite a popular item, sold a few bottle already.
Much easier to work with than the old fashion white lithium grease.

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Could do with 1000L of something like this so I can dip my whole car in it lol.
On another note. I will be looking for a set of coilovers for my 33 gtr soon.
What would you recommend. And how much.
Car is road only and we have plenty of bumps where I live :-(
 

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Could do with 1000L of something like this so I can dip my whole car in it lol.
On another note. I will be looking for a set of coilovers for my 33 gtr soon.
What would you recommend. And how much.
Car is road only and we have plenty of bumps where I live :-(
Dipping the whole car could cause other issues but we won't go into that.

We have 2 sets of coilovers for the 33 GTR, the Zeta-R or the new GT1.

The Zeta-R is good for fast road and occasional track days, the damper design is a good setup and works well for UK roads. RRP £749 and you get the forum discount of 10% taking it to £674.10 delivered.

The GT1 uses newly developed technology by our technical partner in the piston design. It is to rival Ohlins DFVs. It is a far more complicated piston allowing it to react to more minor changes whilst improving performance when pushed hard on the track. This makes them more compliant and comfortable whilst still responsive. RRP £1550 delivered.

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Any pictures yet of your new super suspension kit? :)
Our new GT1's use the same chassis as our current coilovers, as we know they are tried and tested to fit without any problems and also keep the costs down for you guys. The internals are all different, new oil, shim stack, piston etc

Edwin
 
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