6TWO1 has created its OWN line of products, hand picking the factories for these to be made in & overseen by 6TWO1 staff.
With our coilovers, we have hand picked the factory we wanted to use to create these.
6TWO1 have not just found the first factory who can make us the best deal, we have been working with them directly, making chances to them as we saw necessary, through rigorous testing with our own employees within Taiwan to produce these to our EXACT specifications.
With a real passion for quality after market products, we have been very specific on how these must work. With improvements over others that are currently on the market, we wanted to make sure you get the single best product for your money.
32 Dampening adjustment settings (Hard-Soft)
-75mm Lowering from Standard
- Twin tube (oil/gas)
We adopted the strut to include a reinforced rubber composition which will reduce the damage to the rubber when lowering the car, also reduces road noise & helps with stand the body weight of the car.
Strong Steel rings reinforce the structure of the coilover kits, making them a very safe unit for road or street use. We also use a singular ring, instead of dual rings to prevent loosening under any impact.
Within the body of the coilover we have a dampening rubber which will reduce that feeling of bottoming out on uneven roads, minimising damage on the car or the suspension itself and also improving the comfort for driver & passenger whilst maximising the driving performance.
This Set will fit:
Honda Integra DC2 1996-2000
Honda Civic SiR – 1992 – 1995
We Recommend using Downstar LCA bolts which can also be bought from us here as unlike lower quality bolts these are the exact size required for the holes on the bottom of the rear shock to attach to LCA. Do not be fooled into paying a higher premium for a lower quality product :
for maintenance and longevity, we advice when fitting to be done by professionals. Any not fitted by professionals void warranty on the coilover kits –
The coilover threads should be coated with a thin layer of copper grease to protect the threads from the elements and allow them to be free-flowing, we advise you to keep check on the shocks while in your ownership and re-grease when necessary.
With the shocks being exposed to the elements (even more so here in the UK) We advice you to keep check on them, keep them regularly cleaned and greased. If you want any further advice,
Another method would be to purchase coilover shocks found here :
please contact us in the shop 01206865544