N12 Pulsar - Front Adjustable Coilover Suspension

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N12 Pulsar - Front Adjustable Coilover Suspension

Post by shanec86 » Tue Mar 06, 2007 10:12 pm

[center]CMS Performance
N12 Pulsar Front Coilover Suspension
Fully Adjustable
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These Coilovers will suit:
  • -Any N12 based chassis
    -Pulsar ET/EXA
    -Langley
    -Cherry
    -Millano
    -B11 Sentra
    -B11 Sunny


Specifications:

Ride Height Adjustable
-Full length adjustment for seperate setting of the height and spring preload.
-T6061 aluminium is used for spring and lock height
-Lightweight design can bear the spring and vehicles downforce.

32 Step Damper Adjustable
-Precise control damp valve
-Operates smoothly on all road surfaces
-Expansion/Suppression of shock adjustment

Adjustable camber
-Via Slotted Bottom Hub Bracket

Pillowball Uppermount
-A Hard rubber upper mount can prevent noise effectively

Piston Rod Design
-Racing/Sports damper series incoroporate high-rigidity steel piston rods, meeting racing standard's high precision needs

Sports Spring
-Made from high quality SAE9254 steel
-Tested with more than 600,000 compressions
-Deformation less than 5%.
-High strength sophisticated surface design, which improves durability

Aluminium Bracket
-T6061 aluminium decreases weight, increases strength thus enhancing controlling performance.
-Anodized blue finish to prevent inside corrosion and surface rust
-Camber can also be adjusted via the bracket

Single Cylinder Design
-Larger cylinder and piston design, advances driving stability and dexterity


2x Front coilovers with brackets/nuts and spanners for the height

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http://cmsperformance.net/suspension.html

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Post by etking » Wed Mar 07, 2007 1:42 pm

will be picking up a set of these with the brakes when i sell my soul on ebay to pay for them lol

damn they are sexy
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Post by cherryturbojames » Wed Mar 14, 2007 7:35 pm

so i could get a set of these for the front shipped to the uk but waht to do about the rears ? can cms supply rear springs and shocks at the same time as im having trouble finding someone that will

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Post by jazza_1984 » Wed Mar 14, 2007 8:40 pm

As ETKING said, really really REALLY want to get these, and sooner or later i will actually raise the funds to buy them.

hopefully sooner rather than later!

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Post by shanec86 » Wed Mar 14, 2007 8:53 pm

Yea ben i thought i replied that i can give you another one..

and cherryturbojames.. i can ship them to uk as i have done before. what sort of rears were you looking at? i can see what i can do if you let me know

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Post by Ben Hewitson » Thu Mar 15, 2007 8:51 am

na sorry shane haven't got any emails from ya. you want me to post the adjuster back.?
cheer dude.
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Post by cherryturbojames » Thu Mar 15, 2007 8:52 am

moneys a bit tight at the moment but good to know you can accomadate us n12 nutters abroad we have nothing here ! boo!!
i would just be after some lowered and uprated rears so it is nice and stiff and shorter shocks to match

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Post by 70RQE2001 » Sat Mar 17, 2007 4:22 pm

I'm another buyer for sure, I'll need these before i drive mine. E-mailed you a while back, just about finished house renovations, so as soon as i'm finished it's back to ET renovations!! Brake rotors loook sweet too! :lol:
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Post by Android 360 » Sun May 13, 2007 8:36 am

ive put a pair of these in my vert, very impressed with the improvement on the handling front. I'm sure when ive replaced the rear suspension and put strut braces in, it will be even better.

1 q.. for later down the track... are these rebuildable like the tein ones?
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Post by shanec86 » Sun May 13, 2007 11:35 am

yep, they are fully rebuildable.

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Post by {TUBZ} » Sun May 13, 2007 5:54 pm

how many are left if there are any??

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Post by Android 360 » Sun May 13, 2007 6:27 pm

when it comes time to rebuild can any coilover specialist do it or will i need to send em down to you guys?
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Post by shanec86 » Sun May 13, 2007 7:38 pm

I'd have to double check, but i have about 8 sets left

any good suspension specialist should be able to rebuild them.

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Post by {TUBZ} » Sun May 13, 2007 8:20 pm

sweet i might be coming down and picking a set up with the brake rotors soon i hope

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Post by Android 360 » Sun May 13, 2007 8:53 pm

cheers for that shane.
i havent forgotten about taking pics of the camber setup my mech. set up, ill take pics when i got the wheels off next.
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