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V3N0M_VZL4

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First Name
Mauricio
Joined
Jan 4, 2020
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1
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41
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Location
Miami, Florida
Car(s)
2022 Civic SI
I have taken a couple of weeks to write this post in order to share my impressions with all you, I have ventured to install coilovers in my 11 gen civic SI since it was presenting metallic sounds and creaks in the front suspension after installing the swift coilovers, these sounds were present in multiple condition stopped and in motion despite the fact that they are highly recommended by most people for this platform and the previous one, however I did not have the same luck although
they were installed by a Honda Dealer local.

Due to the lack of inventory and parts for this new generation, I ventured to contact several companies that are responsible for manufacturing and distributing coilovers, pleasantly surprised that I have a couple of local options here in Florida which are BC Racing and Silver's Suspension, the first very well known but with many criticisms of its products on the previous platform for being very rigid and noisy, however the second company is not as well known, however it has been in the market for a long time and offers products of excellent quality and competitive value, they answered me and for my surprise they wanted to test fit the suspension on my car as they were in the process of creating a new part number for this generation, basically they wanted to know the ride quality and suspension performance of the 10th gen SI on this new chassis. , after several days of exchanging emails with the general manager of the brand, we made the appointment and we were able to make the test, the suspension of the 10 gen falls on 95% in the 11 gen, however, certain components had to be changed such as longer-travel coils at the rear and incorporating shorter adjustable end links at the front, after two weeks of testing I am quite comfortable with the performance and the product quality the handling feels less bumpy than factory, the suspension is more rigid and compliance, with better of control on the vehicle due to the lowering of the point of gravity, much more control is felt in the curves and I am sure that on a track circuit this suspension will be a game changer, below I leave some photos and of course the video recorded during the installation, if anyone is interested in acquiring this suspension send me a DM to share a "limited discount code" only valid for members of this community, Thanks to the the Whole team of Silver's Suspensions i will be open to answer any questions and comments needed here.


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FiveOsi

Member
Joined
Apr 10, 2022
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4
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11
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14
Location
SC
Car(s)
2022 Si, 2021 4runner
I have taken a couple of weeks to write this post in order to share my impressions with all you, I have ventured to install coilovers in my 11 gen civic SI since it was presenting metallic sounds and creaks in the front suspension after installing the swift coilovers, these sounds were present in multiple condition stopped and in motion despite the fact that they are highly recommended by most people for this platform and the previous one, however I did not have the same luck although
they were installed by a Honda Dealer local.

Due to the lack of inventory and parts for this new generation, I ventured to contact several companies that are responsible for manufacturing and distributing coilovers, pleasantly surprised that I have a couple of local options here in Florida which are BC Racing and Silver's Suspension, the first very well known but with many criticisms of its products on the previous platform for being very rigid and noisy, however the second company is not as well known, however it has been in the market for a long time and offers products of excellent quality and competitive value, they answered me and for my surprise they wanted to test fit the suspension on my car as they were in the process of creating a new part number for this generation, basically they wanted to know the ride quality and suspension performance of the 10th gen SI on this new chassis. , after several days of exchanging emails with the general manager of the brand, we made the appointment and we were able to make the test, the suspension of the 10 gen falls on 95% in the 11 gen, however, certain components had to be changed such as longer-travel coils at the rear and incorporating shorter adjustable end links at the front, after two weeks of testing I am quite comfortable with the performance and the product quality the handling feels less bumpy than factory, the suspension is more rigid and compliance, with better of control on the vehicle due to the lowering of the point of gravity, much more control is felt in the curves and I am sure that on a track circuit this suspension will be a game changer, below I leave some photos and of course the video recorded during the installation, if anyone is interested in acquiring this suspension send me a DM to share a "limited discount code" only valid for members of this community, Thanks to the the Whole team of Silver's Suspensions i will be open to answer any questions and comments needed here.


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20220414_121546.jpg

20220414_104508.jpg

20220414_105323.jpg

20220414_124916.jpg

20220415_135559.jpg

20220415_135703.jpg


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Looks great, perfect stance
 
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