MeisterR ZetaCRD

5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


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Product Description

The MeisterR ZetaCRD coilovers are designed for fast road and occasional track day use. Engineered to reduce body roll, provide compliant handling, without sacrificing ride comfort. Damping and ride height adjustable mean the ZetaCRD will provide full control over the vehicle suspension setting for the road or on the track.

ZETA (ζ) is the symbol for “damping ratio”, a measurement describing how oscillations in a system die down after a disturbance. The ability to control oscillations is the most important function of a suspension system and it is the concept that the ZetaCRD coilovers are build upon.

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4 reviews for MeisterR ZetaCRD

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I fit these to all the sc430s I sell,they are superb and the best
    I have them on my own personal sc430

  2. 5 out of 5

    This is the suspension for the SC430, which Lexus should have used from the beginning 😉 After 15k miles arcoss Europe, the Alps up and down, I can say with a clear conscience: at any time again! Thanks Jerrick!

  3. 5 out of 5

    After 20.000 km across Europe, the Alps up and down, I can say with a clear conscience that I was never as pleased with the ride quality as now. A true MeisterRwerk. Thank you Jerrick and Edwin!

  4. 5 out of 5

    I have just installed on my 08 NC. Gorgeous design and materials, appr. 2/3’s weight of the B6 Bilsteins (which are extremely balanced for this car anyway). Springs are linear and much stiffer. That gives more traction (with the lowering though) and speed in corners, but quicker and more sudden oversteer reactions. Of course depending on the levels and ratio of lowering f-r. Starting with 16/24 clicks had bumping effect in front especially at downslope of a killer speedbump and at the back in humpy curve. So I went to 32/32 full soft and the car got more controllable. N. b. most of our roads worse than hell. So these COs should be hard enough for you to feel sporty and have speed up on track. To sum up it’s well worth spending, but should be considered for wobbly, pot-holey roads of godforsaken places.

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