CorkSport Coilover Whitepaper (CoiloversWhitepaper.pdf, 450 Kb) [Download]
Assuming that these also fit the MS6. But, can you please confirm. Thank you!
No they do not.
Can I ask how it is for daily Street driving ... In PA we have some pretty bad roads but there are some places where you can really enjoy a cruise. Can you tell me how they feel when driving daily .. I'd love the ability to adjust my height but also would love a nice comfortable ride where I don't feel every bump.
Doug, I use these in south western and North east PA (I'm in college so I'm back and forth) they are a little rougher than stock but with the damping soft is isn't bad, they have a smoother ride than my friend's Genesis coupe which is just on lowering springs. Potholes hurt a little more but other than that they're perfect. Also this was my first winter with them and they seemed to have held up to our penndot salt very well.
Ive been doing a little research hear and there and just to confirm before a purchase. Would this kit fit a 2010 Mazda 5 Sport Minivan?
The kit will fit the Mazda 5.
I'm planning to use this as a daily driver, can this be set to stock height? or close to it?
Yes it can!
If I am only going to be dropping the car around 1.2-1.5 in., will the rear camber arms be necessary? and will 18in 225 40 aspect tires fit without rolling the fenders? Thanks!
We would recommend the rear camber arms when installing the coilovers. You can use it to even out the suspension from the left to right side of the car.
I'm thinking of buying those coilovers for my Mazda 3 2010. I want to know if i'm gonna need Camber Arms? In the front and back? Or i just don't need them at all. Thank you!
We recommend rear camber arms. The coilovers include front camber plates.
will these work for a 2015 HB?
These coilovers are for the work for the 2004-2013 models.
If everything else on my 2013 Mazdaspeed3 is left stock when it comes to the suspension and wheels, will I need to do anything that would alter the state of the car. Meaning if I took the suspension setup off and reinstalled the stock one, would you be able to tell it had one on there. I do not plan on making it super low. I just want something like 1.0 in the front & 1.5 in the rear.
These will do the trick. With the stock wheels and tires nothing externally needs to be changed on your Mazdaspeed 3.
I'm very interested in these. Another user suggested strut tower needed to be cut and fenders needed to be rolled, but no one else mentioned that. Can you tell me if that is actually the case? I am running the stock 225/40/18
With the factory wheels and tires you do not need to roll the fenders. The shock tower are an option thing to be able to adjust the camber plates while they are installed in the car. Check out the installation instructions for details.
Will these work for a 2015 mazda 3 2.5 liter?
It will not, it fits the 2004-2012 models. We are working on more suspension options for the 2014+ models.
Will an adjustment of the ride height on the front struts or rear coilovers change the amount of suspension travel? Also, will this product work on a 2014 Mazda 3 I Sport?
By lowering the springs you will decrease the suspension travel. To lower the car and keep the travel you would need to raise or lower the mounting points of the coilover itself.
If everything else on my 2013 Mazdaspeed3 is left stock when it comes to the suspension and wheels, will I need to do anything that ould alter the state of the car. Meaning if I took the suspension setup off and reinstalled the stock one, would you be able to tell it had one on there. I do not plan on making it super low. I just want something like 1.0 in the front & 1.5 in the rear.
If you do not drill out the shock towers for the camber plate adjustment then yes you could put the stock parts back in when you needed and no one would know.
I wouldn't need to buy new springs for the front or back, correct?
Springs are included in the Coilover kit.