Tein Flex Z Coilover Kit For Honda Accord Cl7 & Cl9 Models
Set of quality Adjustable Tein Flex Z coilover suspension Kit to Suit below vehicle.
Tein Part # VSB48-C1SS3
Vehicle Make: Honda
Vehicle Model: Accord
Chassis code: CL7 & CL9
Year: 2002 - 2008
Engine: All options
Approx Max Ride Height Drop
Front: - 138mm
Rear - 133mm
Recommended drop 40mm-60mm
Front Spring Rate 12.0kg/mm
Rear Spring Rate 7.0kg/mm
16 way adjustable damper
FLEX Z inherits all the features & quality of STREET FLEX but the adoption of new sealed platform allows its price to be set at amazingly low price.
FLEX Z maintains the long-favored "Made in Yokohama" quality. Ride height adjustable shock absorber, fully loaded with TEIN's comprehensive technology.
- Compatible with EDFC Series to enable In-Car Damping Force Adjustment
- No-Sag Springs
- High-Spec Damper Oil
"PLEASE NOTE " COIL OVER SUSPENSION REQUIRES A LOW VOLUME VEHICLE CERTIFICATION WHICH WILL HAVE TO BE BOOKED IN WITH YOUR LOCAL LOW VOLUME VEHICLE CERTIFIER
I bought a set of Tein Flex Z for my CL7 after much consideration of Cusco (at a price premium) and BC Gold which I had worn out/failing set of in my car.
I'm very glad I changed to Teins, the bound/rebound damping feels great from full hard to 10 off hard (the softest 6 clicks are too soft but appreciate the range). They don't 'brick' like my BC gold did but they still feel hard just nice planted feel hard rather than jittery low grip shopping trolley hard. Also the little bumps get ignored quite well but bigger bumps do still hit through the car pretty hard when wound up but I expect that. To prolong susp life I'll run around the 10 clicks from hard setting on the road and save the full hard for the track.
My friend has Cusco Street Zero A in his car (FD2R) his car suspension does feel fantastic, perhaps a tiny fraction nicer at same hardness than the Teins maybe but dunno it's really close...
Conclusion: I'm blown away for the price and will never look below Teins Flex Z again, worth it!