Skunk2 Coilovers - to Modify Car Handling
Skunk2, which is famed for manufacturing quality coilovers, has earlier launched a reliable kit to complement its product. It can be reckoned that the company has established its name by giving reliable remedy to those drivers who find it hard to maneuver their vehicles. Skunk2 coilovers are made to cater both street driving and track racing vehicles. Moreover, recently the company has introduced its adjustable cover kit to serve as an easy and accessible solution to transform the performance of vehicles.
Said kit includes mounting hardware, hard-anodized CNC-machined threaded aluminum sleeves and CNC-wound SAE 9254 springs for racing. It is based on dual-locking perch design which is guaranteed by experts to be the most unfailing method in securing the spring perches.
Coilover is a car suspension tool that is made of a shock absorber with a coil spring surrounding the former. It should not be mistaken with struts and separately mounted shock absorbers. The coilover is preassembled hence when the shock absorber leaks or become useless, said auto part will be replaced as a unit. Authorities in the field of automotive parts are saying that the measure of quality coilovers is optimum compatibility and proficiency to vehicles. Further, experts also noted the fact that an ideal coilover must render superb damping with no torsional loads. Another, its performance must boost the quality of a ride and will not compromise it. Thus, it must be based on superior spring design technology to effectuate a more exciting and hassle-free performance. Several coilovers in the market are made adjustable just like that of Skunk2. This is done to consider compatibility of its hardness and height as well as the usage of threaded spring perch.
According to Skunk2, its coilover kit is created using the right suspension geometry. Its caster, camber and toe can be adjusted efficiently. Further, said kit is intended for both racer and professional use.
About the Author: Terry Brown is a 32 year old from Houston Texas, and an enthusiast for anything auto-related. He currently writes auto-related articles for several publications.