Silver's NEOMAX R BLACK EDITION Coilovers are perfect for street driving and still outperform most on the track. The Silver's NEOMAX R BLACK EDITION coilovers are a monotube shock, independently height adjustable, with 40 levels of dampening adjustment, and come with an 15-month warranty. The NEOMAX R BLACK EDITION feature a firmer ride than NEOMAX S, making it perfect for the street car that doubles as a weekend trackday weapon. Please allow 7 days for assembly plus shipping. Where applicable, NEOMAX R BLACK EDITION Coilovers also include rear camber adjustable top plates at no extra charge.
NEOMAX R BLACK EDITION Coilover Specific Features:
- Front Camber Plates (If Applicable): Yes
- Rear Camber Plates (If Applicable): Yes
- Custom Spring Option: No
- Custom Setup: No
- 2-Way Adjustment: No, Neomax 2-Way Only
- External Reservoir: No, Neomax 2-Way Only
Silvers Coilover Features:
Adjustable Camber Plates (Where Applicable)
Our camber plates are made from T6 6061 Aluminum and are protected by an anodized finish. For NEOMAX R BLACK EDITION they come standard on the front and rear of any McPherson style strut application and are designed to offer up to 3 degree's of camber adjustment at any ride height to dial in your aligment.
Pillowball Top Mounts (Where Applicable)
Our pillowball mounts are comprised of two main parts: A SUJ2 Steel bearing, and a Chromoly Steel 2 piece case. Pillowball mounts provide bind free operation and precise feedback to the driver.
Fully Height Adjustable
Our coilovers are fully height adjustable via the lower mount with no need to change preload and sacrifice shock stroke. Simply loosening the lower locking ring and rotating the entire coilover you will be able to easily fine tune your ride height or weight distibution for corner balancing on track applications.
oem fit steel lower mounts
Our steel lower mounts are engineered extensively for strength with key area's reinforced. They are designed with all of the features of the OEM system to be sure every brake line and ABS sensor harness is securely mounted. This keeps installation simple and straight forward.
Aluminum Lower Brackets
T6 6061 Aluminum lower mounts are used on multilink suspension setups. These are CAD Designed to ensure oem fitment and are lighter than steel components which also help reduce unsprung weight.
Carbon Steel Shock Body
Our shock bodies are made from ultra high strength JIS G3445-STKM13C (DIN2393-ST44-2) carbon steel and are electroless nickel plated for resistence to corrosion and fatigue in harsh climates.
Linear Piston Design
We use a 44mm Linear type piston in our shocks. This style piston gives both excellent track benefits as well as maintains ride quality. Every single shock is hand assembled, and dyno tested to insure dampening and compression valving is within 5% variation from side to side. There is no random inspection or tests, every single shock is dyno tested. In the event the shock fails, the internals are discarded and it goes back to the assembly room.
Large Hardened Steel Shafts
We use the largest diameter necessary hardened steel with chrome plating for our piston shafts. With extensive research and development we have the perfect material and diameter needed to have the proper strength necessary to retain lateral rigidity and not bend or bind under heavy loads, which leads to pre-mature wear and lowering piston travel. Making it the perfect combination of strength and weight savings.
Unique Locking Collars
Our locking collars have a specific unique design compared to the other brands on the market. They perform the same as any other locking collar, though with the lower spring perch having dimples instead of slots you do not have to worry about the top spanner wrench slipping and sliding up or down the perch when making necessary adjustments. This makes adjusting the preload much less of a balancing act, leading to quicker and easier installation.
Made from T6 6061 Aluminum using the best Koyo Japan bearings our Radial Bearing upper perch (McPherson applications only) allows the springs to twist freely as they are compressed. As a spring compresses it may twist slightly which can produce a small noise as if the springs are binding. The same noise also occurs on mcpherson applications when the wheel is turned and the spring binds. Radial bearing upper perches will allow the piston shaft and tophat to rotate seperately from the spring and shock body allowing for a smotther and quieter rotation.