- CX-5 Signature
These look pretty nice. I'm currently running Eibach but thinking of switching over since these appear to be another 1 inch lower than the Eibach I have.
that does look good, are you switching?These look pretty nice. I'm currently running Eibach but thinking of switching over since these appear to be another 1 inch lower than the Eibach I have.
Jury is still out on the CorkSport springs for the 2017+ CX-5 (does anyone here have them installed yet?).might check out why CorkSport might not be a great option.. no matter how they look - how they perform is a better metric -- unless your vehicle stays parked.
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I'm looking at getting some lowering springs to help reduce the stock wheel gap on my 2015 CX-5 Touring FWD (ground clearance isn't really an issue, as I live in a big city). At first I was looking at CorkSport's springs because they seem to have the biggest drop in ride height, but I'm...www.mazdas247.com
or this one
I towed a transmission with my coilovers lol. I bought the ball on the spot so it wasnt the ideal drop thus the sag. They couldn't undo the ball from the bar it to flip it either.www.mazdas247.com
someone else recently chimed in on CorkSport springs... not finding that gem currently. basically that CorkSport springs should be avoided.
a different conversations about coilovers
Has anyone ever tried a coilovers for a Mazda CX5? I'm thinking about replacing my stock shock + eibach pro kit, how does it feel to use coilover? I have been looking for an aftermarket shockbreaker to combine with Eibach. but it is very difficult to find the part. I was considering kayaba...www.mazdas247.com
It's tough to say.. usually I like to wait and see what the internet says about alignments on X car after installing X springs, but given that the CX-5 doesn't sell as well as other cars (and the CorkSport springs were just released), available info is going to be really sparse.Just placed the order for these springs. Wondering if you guys think the camber arms are really necessary.