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Old 05-29-2012, 01:46 AM
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2012 Powertrix Coilover Group Buy - Round 2!

The 2012 Powertrix GB - Round 2 is here!



This is the last Group Buy at this price!
All quantities below are 100% confirmed - there are no extras coming this time around.
Powertrix "Race" Coilovers have now been renamed to Powertrix "R/T - Road & Track" Coilovers.
Thanks for reading!


Confirmed:
1. (9k/6k) - goose guy - Payment Received
2. (9k/6k) - nuke0907 - Payment Received
3. (9k/6k) - larkin - Payment Received
4. (10k/7k) - Beeshoes - Payment Received
5. (10k/7k) - Johnvx1k - Payment Received
6. (10k/7k) - Non-Forum User - Payment Received
7. (10k/7k) - Darkpoison187 - Payment Received
8. (10k/7k) - Renesis 8 - Payment Pending

Please, feel free to PM or post any questions regarding these coilovers/group buy details!

(SE3P) ROAD & TRACK COILOVERS - Normal Retail: $1265.00 Special Group Buy Pricing: $985.00
The Sport Street Coilovers feature a robust Race grade 45mm mono tube strut piston that is valved for the serious competitor and features aluminum pillow ball upper mounts to transfer more suspension energy through the strut piston shaft increasing the efficiency of the overall suspension duty. Full forged steel threaded shock bodies for independent ride height and spring preload adjustability and 9k/6k liner springs make the Sport Street Coilover System an "All Business" tool for Auto crossing and Road Racing. Designed for the true performance enthusiast looking for the extra edge during track time, it is also just civil enough to run on the street on a daily basis.

Details/Features:
-Direct Bolt On Fit, no modification required!
-Independent Ride height and Spring Preload adjustability
-9kg/mm - 200mm Front Springs and 6kg/mm - 200mm Rear Springs (springs rates available between 3kg/mm-17kg/mm)
-15 way strut damper adjustments
-Rear extensions/***** for easy adjustability
-Rear top mounts included
-Aluminum pillow-ball upper mount
-Race Grade 45mm strut piston
-Re-buildable/Replaceable Premium mono-tube forged steel strut body (Race Version ONLY)
-Re-buildable/Replaceable Premium mono-tube aluminum strut body (Ultra-Lite Version ONLY)
-Spring rates and lengths are customizable if desired. Any difference greater than 2k of the factory settings will require re-valving of the dampers at an additional charge.
-Excellent service that Powertrix has become known for in the Z world!

Pictures! These were the first set of Powertrix Sport Street coilovers produced for the SE3P platform. We determined the top collars on the front coilovers were absolutely unnecessary, so future coilovers will NOT have this feature.

My current ride height running Powertrix Road & Track coilovers - NO spring droop!


All four lined up! (NOTE: Will NOT include the very top collar seen on fronts - this was deemed unnecessary)


Front coilover -> preload + ride height independent adjustment (NOTE: Will NOT include the very top collar seen on fronts - this was deemed unnecessary):
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Rear Coilover -> preload + ride height independent adjustment:
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Rear Adjustability Detail:
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IMPORTANT: PM me your full name and email address when payment is completed! This will allow me to verify your spot with the manufacturer. Thanks in advance!



****POWERTRIX (SE3P) ROAD & TRACK COILOVERS**** Group Buy Deposit
$985.00 + $49.00 shipping = $1034.00 ($517.00 Deposit)




****POWERTRIX (SE3P) ROAD & TRACK COILOVERS**** Pay In Full
GROUP BUY PRICE $985.00 + $49 shipping = $1034



***TIME FRAME***

All time frames are ESTIMATED at this time and can vary from 1-2 weeks depending on Production, Shipping, Importation, and US Customs

Production time is approximately 4-6 weeks. Shipment to Powertrix for distribution is approximately 14 days. Estimated time frame is as follows:

Estimated delivery END OF JUNE
Estimated delivery to Buyers EARLY JULY

ALL DEPOSITS are NON REFUNDABLE. If for any reason you are unable continue with the Group Buy, you can either sell your spot to another potential Buyer or we will give you store credit towards any other Powertrix Products in the full amount of the deposit or payment submitted.

By submitting either full payment or deposit constitutes that you understand, acknowledge, and adhere by the above group buy details and time frame.

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Old 05-29-2012, 01:56 AM
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Just sent a down payment through paypal. Please put me down for the 10k/7k set up
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And like that, we begin!

1 Set Reserved, 19 Sets still available!
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bump for some legit coils! I got mine in the last group buy and love them! if you are in the market for coilovers you better jump on these!!
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Just put down a deposit for the 10k/7k set!
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Originally Posted by Johnvx1k View Post
Just put down a deposit for the 10k/7k set!
Good to go!

Another 10k/7k spot taken!
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Old 06-01-2012, 01:48 PM
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Cool

Damn I just bought coilovers 2 weeks ago! Oh well.
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Old 06-09-2012, 03:16 AM
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Bump for a great guy and a great product! I'd do it if I wasn't going airbag.
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Hello,Tiltmode43.
One question, when you ship to Canada, what courier do you use? USPS? Please let me know, because other couriers charges big portion for duties.
Thank you
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FedEx is used to ship internationally. Shipping via FedEx should include the brokerage fee itself, though I do not believe it covers duties/taxes.
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Man I wish I could get these, but I just went over some speed bumps on another part of base and my car scraped once. My car is 5 1/4 inches high at it's lowest point! Whoever invented these demonic lumps in the road deserves to die slow and painful.
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damn a 5" speedbump? thats crappy! my largest speedbump is less than 3". I can still go lower (which I am after I get wheels in a couple months).

Also these coilovers are sick!!! I have been running them since the last group buy and they handle great and are not overly bouncy on the crappy roads. and having damper adjustment and height independence of stroke it super nice.
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when is the last day for this group buy?
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Originally Posted by Matrx8 View Post
Man I wish I could get these, but I just went over some speed bumps on another part of base and my car scraped once. My car is 5 1/4 inches high at it's lowest point! Whoever invented these demonic lumps in the road deserves to die slow and painful.
With the stiffer coil over springs I doubt you will rub. I am way lower than you and I hardly scrape on speed bumps. You just have to go slow.

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just got done giving my coils a good work out on the tail of the dragon! loving them
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What is the difference between the 9/6 and 10/7? Which would you recommend for my car?
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10/6 for a non tracked / non aggressive fitment car
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What is the difference between the 9/6 and 10/7? Which would you recommend for my car?
10/7 is just a little stiffer, it's personal preference.

I got mine with 10/7 and liked it but went to 11/8 since I'm more focused on how the car does on track. Streetability and comfort are pretty low on my list of priorities haha. If you're ever in the Phoenix area you can shoot me a PM and you can see what they're like first hand.

I would say go with the 9/6 for just street though, and then if you feel the need to go to 10/7 I have an extra set of springs in those rates in my garage I can let go for cheap but I doubt you'll need them.

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How do you adjust ride height in the rear? Do you just spin the bottom half and loosen that single middle collar?
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Yep. loosen the lowest collar, and spin the bottom piece.
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Are you able to re valve these? And how hard are they to install im trying to save as much money as possible. I want these so bad.
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Gonna be sending my deposit this Friday
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Are you able to re valve these? And how hard are they to install im trying to save as much money as possible. I want these so bad.
Install is pretty easy to do in a driveway with a basic mechanics tool set.

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Gonna be sending my deposit this Friday
you wont regret it I love mine.
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