The Best Way to Wash Your Car

published at Apr 21, 2017

It will long be debated how best to wash a vehicle but there are a few key points that if considered, will help to maintain your vehicle’s paint health, and make it look its best for years to come!

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Do I Need Spacers?

published at Apr 14, 2017

We get this question…A LOT. It’s an understandable question when dealing with aftermarket suspension, especially coilovers. It may help to understand why you might need spacers with the use of coilovers. By design, coilovers are meant to give vehicle owners the ability to alter ride height, most times lower than factory ride height. 

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How To Free Seized Collars

published at Apr 10, 2017

So, you’ve had your coilovers installed for some time now and you’ve decided that you need to be lower or you’re tired of being the neighborhood’s snow plow and you need to raise your ride height for the winter only to find that your collars are stuck, seized, seemingly welded by mother nature. In this post, we’ll go over what you can do to break those locked colla... More

Springs 101 – What is a helper spring?

published at Mar 31, 2017

In our experience, when it comes to spring specifics, the helper spring has been one of the most misunderstood areas that we’ve seen. If you’ve ever wondered before or thought you may know, we’re here to detail that for you.

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A Labor of Love | Ben Hurst's Civic Si

published at Mar 23, 2017

"When I first got my car it was bone stock, which is exactly what I wanted. I wanted to have a car that I could build exactly the way I wanted and not build it off of someone else's idea. I first started with some springs and an intake and continued from there."

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Why are Raceland coilovers so inexpensive?

published at Mar 16, 2017

We have no doubt that this has probably crossed your mind when finding or looking into Raceland coilovers: how can Raceland coilovers be so inexpensive? It’s a good question and something any informed future coilover purchaser would inevitably ask themselves if they’ve stumbled onto our website. We figured we’d touch on how this benefits you, the customer.

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The Jetta .:R? | Zach Kornet's Bagged MK6

published at Mar 9, 2017

"I've had my Jetta for four and a half years. My goal with it has always been to create something unique that fit into my vision for the car. Early into its life, fifteen52 came out with the +Line bumper that looked like the Golf R. Since then I knew that I wanted to bring that aggressive and raw look to my MK6."

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Springs 101 – Converting Spring Rates

published at Mar 1, 2017

Continuing with our Springs 101 series, we wanted to briefly touch on conversion between the two standard ways of listing spring rate measurements. 

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Wrap It Up | Austin Vikdal's Bagged MK5 GTI

published at Feb 23, 2017

"What made me get into cars was riding in my cousins '69 Camaro. Feeling that power push you in the seat, the loud exhaust waking up neighbors and people breaking necks and the conversation."

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Springs 101 – How are spring rates measured?

published at Feb 17, 2017

Ever wonder why you see some companies listing their spring rates in kilograms (kg) and some in pounds (lb)? Well the short of it is that most companies headquartered in the United States will still use the Imperial system of measurement (pounds, lb), while those headquartered throughout Europe and Asia will use the Metric system of measurement (kilograms, kg).

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