If you've never heard of them, how is it possible that you're asking about them? :gap:Friced said:Has anyone heard of rennsport springs for the celica?
I've never heard of them before, are they any good?
They look like pretty sweet springs too... not too aggressive of a drop, with nice heavy rates. Except for the Weitec (which as far as I can tell are very hard to find on this side of the pond) they offer the stiffest rates without going to a coilover. And at 1.3" they wown't destroy typical shocks like springs with bigger drops do.d's gts said::thumbup: on the c-one springs add
Well, after much translation and a little guessing I've decided I really don't know the drop or the spring rate of these springs.Mike21 said:anyone have spring rates for vogtland springs?
If my math is right (check it!! ) then these areTRDparts.jp said:Front Coil Spring K=29.4N/mm
Rear Coil Spring K=43.1N/mm
(Ride height approx. 20mm lowering)
Umm, I don't think you can convert Newtons per millimeter to pounds per inch.deltaB said:
Really? Sure you can. A kilogram weighs 9.8 newtons. It also weighs 2.2 pounds. And there are 25.4 millimeters in an inch. So just multiply your Newtons per Millimetre (N/mm) by 5.7082 to get your Pounds Force per Inch. http://www.leespring.co.uk/pdf/new_leespr_conversiondata.pdfS|Lv3rBu||et said:...I don't think you can convert Newtons per millimeter to pounds per inch.