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Old 04-24-2009, 08:13 AM   #1
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Cool Jacksonville, FL - Cusco Zero-2Rs with 2 sets of Cusco Springs

They're coming off the car this weekend so I'll be able to post pics late saturday I hope.

As the title says, it's a set of the Cusco Zero-2Rs with 2 sets of Cusco springs. One set of the defaults (7kg/mm front & 5kg/mm rear I think, could be wrong here) that were never used and still "BNIB" type of condition and one set of 11kg/mm front and 9kg/mm rear. Fronts have built in camber plates.

They've been on the car for approximately 8k miles or so but for just over 2 1/2 years.

I believe they fit 02-07 WRX and 04 STi according to Nukabe:
http://www.napsusa.com/~napsusac/cat...products_id=48

With these coilovers, I was able to peak over 1.6 lateral g-forces in my bugeye. (see below)

Retail for these bad boys is $2,690 plus $300-ish for the second set of springs making it a $2,890 purchase plus sales tax if ordered new.

Asking $1,700 & $200 for the second set of default springs: $1,800 if you want both sets (in case the 11/9 is too rough for you).


This was taken on asphalt, not concrete. I'm sure it peaks much higher on grippy concrete:


stock photo:


hard cornering action, lifting inside rear wheel. Normal street tires won't have this affect, only race rubber.
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Old 04-24-2009, 05:59 PM   #2
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bump for a good guy and some good suspension parts.

He does work at our local autocross...
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Old 04-25-2009, 09:26 AM   #3
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about to take them off the car bump...


Open to offers folks... somebody make one!
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bumpers... offers welcome!
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Old 04-27-2009, 10:58 PM   #5
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potentially sold... bumping for the h3ll of it... since these are the real pillowball zero-2rs including camber plates with motorsports intentions... not an immitator.

Nukabe (Cusco USA) can vouch for both myself and the coils. Read about my build here: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1200478 (all 43 pages )
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With these coilovers, I was able to peak over 1.6 lateral g-forces in my bugeye. (see below)

This was taken on asphalt, not concrete. I'm sure it peaks much higher on grippy concrete:


Is this the correct graph? I don't see you going over 1.5G's (which is still awesome btw).
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