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Old 01-08-2020, 10:05 PM   #1
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Default Moton Clubsport 2 Way Coilovers (Rebuild or for parts)

I have a pair of Moton Clubsport 2 Way shocks for an 05-07 STi, but may be used for Moton/AST shock parts.

Included is the following:
*1 rear threaded body with bent shaft. Threaded body in good condition.
*1 front threaded body with bent shaft. Threaded body in good condition.
* 4 remote reservoir canisters, all in good condition
* 4 swivel hoses, hoses need to be replaced but swivel hardware is in good condition.

I also have the following springs if interested:
AST Spring Set 1 (180mm long, 61mm ID, 685lbf/in, 570lbf/in mains)
AST Spring Set 2 (61mm ID helpers)
Hyperco Spring Set 3 (450lbf/in, 375lbf/in 2.25" ID 8" mains)
Hyperco Spring Set 4 (25lbf/in, 2.25" ID, 4" helpers)

Reusing the canisters, swivel hardware, threaded bodies, and internals will save cash if you order new parts and rebuild from MOTON/RE suspension. Open to offers, asking $950 $415 $375 for the Moton parts. Will make package deals for the springs.


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Old 02-22-2020, 09:37 AM   #4
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Cutting price in half!!
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So is this just the two struts needing repair, and then two additional canisters?
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The two struts that need repair + the four reservoirs that are in good shape + the swivel hoses that you may be able to reuse hardware but may want new hosing.
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Old 03-11-2020, 07:36 PM   #8
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So the only issue with these two is the bent shafts? I ask as RE Suspension is about two miles from my house. If I know what's needed for repair, I can at least get a quote to get these repaired and then the cost of the other two struts.
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Nice - those are some good folks to work with.

I just checked them over again. The threads on the body, welds, and overall everything on the two bodies looks fine. The four remote canisters are in good shape. All eight of the swivel ends look nice too - I had them replaced in April 2019 at RE. Three of the hoses are in good shape, one has a small section of the stainless braid showing from tire rub removing the outer plastic. All hoses seem to be holding pressure, but I could only put a few pounds of pressure on the hoses without a shock. Maybe consider having to replace one of the hoses as contingency.

I didn't take apart the two shocks with the bent shaft, so I don't know how much rework they need on the inside. I'd assume a full rebuild for the two corners, two new shafts, one new hose and labor to assemble to the existing swivel joint, and then two new shock bodies one front and one rear. I also do not have the threaded collars + locking collar for the missing shocks - but I can include the collar spanner and give you a deal on springs if you need them.
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Well I'm really looking to see what this would save me, going rebuilding these two, versus buying a brand new set at ~$6k.

Or going around the old corner where I worked at JRi and getting them to quote out a set.

Decisions for a class restricted to two-way adjustable dampers.
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I was on tokico D-spec and RCE yellows for a long time in Auto-X and HPDE/Time trial. I finally broke down and got these. Ended up being a night and day difference, 2-3+ seconds easy pickup around the track at VIR.

It didn't take too long to get them dialed in to the point where I was comfortable pushing hard. Easy to notice changes in the compression and rebound adjustments and they paired well with the 685lbf/in 570lbf/in main AST springs I had that MOTON helped pick out running 275x35r18 R7s. I will say once I put on a full wing and splitter package I would have wanted to increase spring rate - stock wheel wells were not managing well on the big compression's up front. But the shocks were damped well to handle it and settled right out.

My thought was better to buy used since you will need to rebuild every few seasons anyways. Let me know if you have any more questions.

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