Ohlins is widely recognized as one of the best damper manufacturers in the world. We are proud to offer Ohlins' DFV line of coilovers, which provide excellent track performance and road comfort without compromise at an affordable price.
Ohlins' DFV (Dual-Flow Valve) technology allows for dampers that are highly digressive, delivering world class performance on the race track without compromising street comfort. A temperature-sensitive flow valve means you get extremely consistent and precise damping whether the dampers are cold (street) or hot (race conditions). Simply put, these dampers are designed to maximize performance on both the street and the track.
Thanks to mostly aluminum construction, these monotube coilovers are also some of the lightest available on the market. They are rebuildable and revalvable within the United States and come with a 2-year warranty. If you're looking for the ultimate road and track coilover, your search is over.
Front ride height adjustable from 40mm to 10mm lower than stock
Rear ride height adjustable from 35mm to 5mm lower than stock
Damper length (ride height) and spring preload are adjustable independently
Dust covers protect and extend the life of the dampers
Rebuildable in the USA
Revalvable in the USA
Corrosion salt spray tested according to ISO 9227
2-Year manufacturer warranty
Designed in Sweden, manufactured in Japan
Comes with wrenches for adjusting
1993-2002 Mazda Rx-7 (FD3S)
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by George P. 10/23/2011
On the track at Road America the Ohlins performed way above my expectations from both corner balance to ride quality over the rumble strips . I have been skeptical about running the same spring rate front and rear (11k) however the car felt completely neutral, even with the thicker 93 rear sway bar. Brake dive and squat upon acceleration were also minimal.
Anyone familiar with RA, I was able to put the power down heavy out of carousel without the tail wanting to come out and play. Turn in was also perfect with the front shocks set at 6 clicks from full stiff and the rear 10 clicks from full stiff. Even when I got anxious around turn 14 getting on the boost early, the car was very balanced with no sudden urge for the tail to swap ends!
While the roads near Chicago are terrible, these have provided a ride which I feel is actually better compared to stock. The shocks soak up bumps with ease, thus do not for a minute think the 11k spring rates are too stiff until you try them for yourself.
The Ohlins very much live up to their name, Road & Track.