The NF210 coil spring features a tasteful drop, and produces the best overall ride quality and comfort for a performance lowering spring. The lowered stance of the NF210 gives the car an elegant pose, while the spring rates, which are only slightly raised (up to 5% over stock) retain factory ride quality settings.
This coil spring is extremely popular with luxury tuned vehicles, as well as those with larger diameter wheels that want to eliminate fender gap, but maintain excellent driveability while reducing the risk of damage to wheels that is associated with stiffer suspensions.
For those who demand the best comfort from a lowering spring.
Tanabe Springs are some of the strongest springs available for automotive use (2100n/m) and are created using some of the most advanced methods and machinery in the world. We are one of the only manufacturers who have obtained the world quality manufacturing certification ISO9001.
- Mazdaspeed 3
Surprised more people don't uses these...
Saw theses on the site and from past cars knew that Tanabe is a pretty popular company in the tuner world. Only problem I have is that the rear springs in the picture have the tighter springs on top, while the logos and writing on the actual item would make them be on bottom. Other than that they are a great product. Smooth ride even though it says that they are 5% stiffer than stock and also a 1+ inch drop all the way around, so no more 4x4 suspension. Lack of legit instructions is the only reason I took a star away.