Compatible for Nissan S14 200SX 240SX Silvia 1994 - 1998 4pcs 24 Ways Adjustable Coilover Suspension Kit

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Compatible for S14 Silva 1994-1998 (Japan Market)

Compatible for S14 200SX 1994-1998 (Europe / Australia/ New Zealand Market)

Compatible for S14 240SX 1995-1998 (USA Market)

Note: Don't Compatible for Nissan 200SX SE/SER


Quantity: 2 piece front + 2 pieces rear as shown

Front Spring rate: 8kg/mm (448 lbs/in)

Rear Spring rate: 6kg/mm (336lbs/in)

Color: Golden

Damper: 24 ways adjustable Damper Force

Adjustable height: YES

Adjustable camber plate: YES

Warranty: one year warranty for any manufacturing defect


* Adjustable ride height

* Adjustable pre-load spring tension

* 24 levels of adjustable damper -- This allows you the ability to perfectly dial in your coilovers system. You can enjoy comfortable riding experience in all road conditions.

* Pillow ball top mount -- this design helps combat noise while tuning. It also improves the steering feel and response

* Most components are made from 6061 aluminum with T6 for increased hardness -- the advantages include excellent strength, and aluminum helps keep the weight down.

* Hi Tensile performance spring - Under 600,000 times continuously test, the spring distortion is less than 0.04%. Plus, the special surface treatment is to improve the durability and performance.

* All inserts come with fitted rubber boots to protect the damper and keep clean.

* Improve your handling performance without sacrifice comfortable ride.

* A fast and affordable way to easily upgrade your car's appearance.

* Easy installation with right tools.

* Ideal for any track, drift and fast road and can also be used for daily.


* No instruction included; Professional installation and alignment suggested.

* Please check our store for other auto parts you maybe be interested in.

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Review: MaXpeedingRods Coilover For Nissan Silvia S14

Levente has built many drift cars, and also street use tuning cars. This is not the first time that he uses the MaXpeedingRods product. But when he got the coilover from MaXpeedingRods, he felt it necessary to say something. Below is what he wants to express.

I have used MaXpeedingRods products before such coilovers and parts for a popular Skyline mod, the HICAS delete kit. I was satisfied but never really got into deeper details about the stuff we got from MaXpeedingRods. But now, after I used this amount of MaXpeedingRods products I can say that I don’t know any other company that makes this good quality product in a wide range for this good price. I have a pro-am category drift car and if I would not have a suspension set for it, I would definitely buy a MaXpeedingRods set for it because I am impressed.

Levente‘s daily drive

How did the story begin? I would say it’s coincident but doomed. A friend of mine recommended their adjustable coilover to me and told me that I can make a video to test and review it. I thought, why not?

A week later, I got the package with a brand new set of coilover for S14 Silvia. I unboxed the package and took a very close look at the product because I have not done it yet before. As I said before I was impressed because, at the first sight, it looked like a high-end coilover set from a big named brand with expensive products. I checked all the functions on the coilover, like the stiffness adjustment screw and the top bolts on the camber plate and so on. Everything looked fancy, so I put in the new set of MaXpeedingRods coilover into our S14 Silvia. This is a very easy mod, that you can do for yourself if you have some tools and a proper jack stand. Let me show you how to do that. 

Install the front coilover

  • First, you need to jack up the car safely or put it on a professional lift.
  • There are two parts that are attached to a Silvia factory front shock absorber, an ABS cable holder, and the brake line holder.
  • You need to remove the clamp that keeps the brake line to the holder, so you can put the brake line away from the shock.
  • After the brake line, you need to remove the bolt at the ABS cable holder, it is a 12mm bolt and usually stuck in because of the rust, so you better put some anti-rust spray on it before.
  • The shock is clear now, nothing is attached to it. You need to remove the two bolts that hold the whole shock and knuckle together. After you removed everything there the shock can move free.
  • The only thing that remains is to remove the three bolts at the tower with a 14mm bolt.
  • After removing the three bolts you can get the shock absorber out of the car.
  • Putting back together is very easy, you have to do all this just in reverse.

Install the rear coilover

  • You have to remove the under bolt that holds the shock to the rear knuckle with a 19mm bolt and it can move freely now.
  • For the upper bolts, you have to remove the hat holder at the back of the car and there will be two 12mm bolts.
  • After removing these two bolts the shock can fall down on the ground, it about a 20cm fall, so none can hurt or something.
  • After getting out of the car, you can remove the rear shock safe, and put the coilover in.

This is how easy install is. After putting it all back together, go for a test drive, set the proper height and camber for your use and enjoy the ride.

I loved to work with this coilover set for my S14 Silvia, and I am very satisfied with it. Would recommend it to anyone who wants to lower their car, and wants more than just a lowering spring, and wants a comfortable but sporty suspension for their car for an affordable price.

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"Super impressed. I'm not hearing any clunking noises.These rides are incredible."
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"Well there it is guys it's definitely not slammed like i was going for it, but i will say i can definitely get it to go a lot lower I know the front has more adjustment in it,and the rear right now, is all the way down but i can go ahead adjustment collar that we put underneath the spring i can take that out and that will probably give us another half inch."
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"The lock adjusting tool here is much more robust than on the original style. here you can see how small these are. it's really hard to get some good leverage on them. the newer ones much much larger and really give a nice wrap around of the collar itself. so definitely a nice upgrade."
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"I think it looks great, the front & back are lowered."
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"It is your tire size choice is perfect, it's awesome on these cars it looks so good it looks like it actually makes a little bit of power even though it's an automatic single cam at the moment."
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"Speaking of spring rates, these do have tons of different options for any application you may need, from a stiff stance setup to a more race-inspired setup."
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"They have in it the new valves inside the chamber of the shock it's it's transferring it fluid a lot better man it's a smoother more quality ride i didn't even really look to see what the spring rate was on them but this thing is riding really good."
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