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Author Topic: Made to measure Shock Absorbers for Matra Murena (or anything else)  (Read 2818 times)
« on: May 24, 2011, 10:32:08 pm »

I attended the Kent Kit Car Show at Detling last weekend in my Matra Murena and was let in for free in my Kit Car! Now who was I to argue.  My father had to pay £11:00 as my passenger. Ha ha ha Grin

Anyway there was a specialist shock absorber manufacturer in attendance called Kevin Lockwood, who I had a nice chat with. He would be more than happy to make a bespoke made to measure coilover shock absorbers for the Matra Murena if any one is interested?


The 600 series with damp and rebound adjustments in aluminium with a remote canister would be a nice to have x-mas present! Prices were around £175:00 each with show deals of around £130:00 each on offer.

« Last Edit: May 24, 2011, 10:37:03 pm by GP » Logged
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« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2011, 12:45:16 pm »

Only problem I can see as now, is that they dont have the 600-series with stud on the top....
And their prices are without VAT.....

Around the cheapest Spax-kit without coilovers, but without the springs, so price would perhaps be around the Spax coliover-kit?

Set of Koni without springs:                                                                           672,35 Euros                       581£
Set of Spax with 2 springs                                                                                 879 Euros                       760£
Set of Spax Coilovers with 4 springs                                                                   1136 Euros                       983£
Set of Protech Coilovers without springs without/with show-deal                         970/747 Euros                 840/648£
« Last Edit: May 25, 2011, 12:52:29 pm by RazorbackNOR » Logged

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« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2011, 08:34:56 pm »

They do the 600 Series with the stud on top and had some on display on the stand, so that wouldn't be a problem.

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