POWAY, Calif. BILSTEIN Shock Absorbers has launched its most advanced coilover suspension system yet, the new BILSTEIN Clubsport. Featuring technology derived from Bilstein's race winning MDS double adjustable system, the BILSTEIN Clubsport is the ultimate double adjustable coilover suspension system for both on-road and racing applications, the company says.
Both front and rear systems feature clearly identified rebound and compression tuning settings from 1 (soft) to 10 (hard) allowing up to 100 setting variations. These easy-to-use color-coded wheels are manually adjustable and do not require additional tools.
BILSTEIN's superior design eliminated the need for an external oil reservoir, providing for substantial weight savings, easy installation and enhanced performance, the company says. The threaded shock bodies and locking adjustment rings provide a fully adjustable ride height.
The complete system includes front and rear shocks/struts, tuned dual or progressive rate coil springs, adjustable camber plate assemblies with spherical bearings, all mounting components and spanner wrenches for spring height adjustments.
Increasing demand of driving enthusiasts led to the development of the new suspension package, and satisfies their desire for a track-worthy system. In Europe, the system carries the TUV certificate according to Section 19 of the German Road Traffic Licensing Regulations (StVZO).
BILSTEIN's Clubsport is now available for the following vehicles: VW Golf VI, BMW M3 (E46), BMW M3 (E36), Porsche 911 (997) GT 2/GT 3.