YellowSpeed Coilovers MITSUBISHI LANCER MIRAGE 97-01

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NOTE: Due to the many variations of coilovers we do not keep this model in stock. Once purchased the order would take about 3-4 weeks to arrive.

Yellow Speed Dynamic Pro Sport 36 Way Street Adjustable Coilovers MITSUBISHI LANCER MIRAGE 97-01

Part Number: YS01-MT-DPS018
Spring Rates: Front: 7kg and Rear: 6kg
Top Mount Type: Front: Aluminum Pillow Ball Upper Mount ( * with camber plate) & Rear: Aluminum Upper Mount w/out pillow ball
Additional Vehicle Fitment Information (if any):

When you are looking to lower your vehicle, set it up for racing, have a firming ride, better handling, more stability while driving why settle for regular lowering springs when you can easily get these YSR coilovers which do a whole heap more than just make YOUR vehicle look good! Replaces your factory shocks and springs with this complete set of 4 Yellowspeed Coilovers


- Comes as a full set front and rear
- Full height adjustable
- 36 Way Dampening adjustable
- Full-length adjustability with separate ride height and spring preload
- 60mm-100mm drop from stock
- Teflon coated threads and anodized finish to prevent corrosion
- 6061 Aluminum upper camber plates and pillowball mounts (depending on application)
- Fully rebuildable

Kit Includes:
- Front pair and Rear pair of coilovers (1 set)
- Adjustment Too

NOTE: Picture's used of coilovers are universal picture's so actual product may vary, ask us for more details if required, some kits use your factory top hats, are separate shock and spring set up and some come with camber adjustable top hats.

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Jared W.
New Zealand New Zealand


Product is fine, problem is I communicated with the team about the veichle requirements for the sway bar is connected to the strut. This was not taken into consideration and I am left having to do some modifications to get the front sway bar connected.

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