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Old 12-10-2004, 12:34 PM   #1
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Default Potenza ERS coilovers...whats the scoop on them

i have a set of these on my car...they are stamped potenza ERS on the shock...the shock has a threaded body...the springs are stamped ERS..and they also have small helper springs. they and itr style rear LCA...any info would be great..i cant seem to find anything. if i can get it on the lift ill take some pics later
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search on google.com

im sure you'll find something
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Are they light blue with yellow or red springs? Old spec, you won't find any info on them I'm afraid.
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grey body shocks and red springs
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grey body shocks and red springs
Hope the link works for you:
http://ww1.tiki.ne.jp/~nob_wak...2426;

ERS stands for "Eibach Racing Spring" - I think.
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Hope the link works for you:
http://ww1.tiki.ne.jp/~nob_wak...2426;

ERS stands for "Eibach Racing Spring" - I think.
thanks the spring rates i got from there was 10.71k front and 9.89k rear i think the website wont work..can someone verify this
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nothing special:
Spring on Potenzas are Eibach ERS spring just with a Potenza logo added on
shocks are Tockico adjustables

had a set on a EG6 and set for a S14, no problems reported on either, kept the springs off the S14 and even run the ERS springs on the EK as my lowering springs with CTR shocks.
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my shocks aren't adjustable
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