Please send us a message through our website and let us know the year, make and model of your vehicle. We will look into it for future development.
You can purchase stickers through our Goods section on the website. Otherwise you can send us self stamped envelope to our mailing address and we will send you 7" stickers at no charge!
Main advantage of purchasing our coilover is to corner balance your vehicle properly. Corner balancing simply means to set the cross weight evenly as possible. By having even cross weight, you'll have even weight over the front tires which will the vehicle better braking traction and stability. Rears will benefit from stability coming out from corners for RWD vehicles. Believe it or not, proper corner balance can significantly improve street ride quality as well. We've seen our customers lower their track times 5-10% just by having their vehicles properly balanced at the track.
Stance offers state of the art race alignment and corner balancing. Please call us to setup an appointment today!
Stance coilovers come with separate adjustable lower bracket which allows the dampers to retain its full stroke even when lowering the vehicle. This is a huge advantage over other brands that only utilize spring to adjust the ride height, which can lead to riding on bumpstops and premature failure of dampers and not to mention poor handling.
Stance coilovers are 15way adjustable which can be felt with each click. Unlike other brands, our dampers offer wide range of adjustment so you do not need to make huge changes to feel the difference. We recommend adjusting 2 clicks at a time.
If this is your first time adjusting your coilover we recommend starting out at "0" setting. Turn the adjustment clicker clockwise until it stops, this is your full stiff. Now, turn back 8 clicks from full stiff, this is your "0" setting. This is your "sweet spot". You can now adjust 2 clicks at a time to adjust to your personal preference for street driving.
We also recommend starting out at 0 setting even for track driving and adjusting 2 clicks at a time. If the vehicle tends to understeer into corners, you can increase the damping force in the rears and decrease damping on the fronts. If the vehicle is oversteering into corners, you can increase damping force in the fronts and decrease in the rears. This is a very basic way to tune your suspension. You can also use ride height, chassis balance, tire pressure, tire compound and aerodynamics to tune your vehicle for ultimate traction.
Yes! Stance offers 1yr warranty on all of the products. Please keep your invoice as a proof of purchase. Please contact us directly for any issues concerning your product.
Stance offers adjustable camber plates for McPherson type suspension only. If your vehicle comes with multilink suspension or double wishbone suspension, camber is adjusted via eccentric bolts or adjustable links.
Please be aware that pillowball bearings and solid mounts create a metal-on-metal contact so NVH will increase compared to OEM style suspension. It can also exacerbate existing noises that were masked by OEM suspension. However, if the coilovers are unusually loud, there may be a few reasons why your coilovers "clunk." The most common problem is the top locking nut is not torqued properly. The torque spec for the top locking nut is 55 ft/lbs for inverted type and 35 ft/lbs for non-inverted type. An impact gun on the low impact setting can be used for the inverted type damper only, otherwise hold the shaft in place so it does not rotate while torquing the top nut. Please make sure the shaft is protected so it does not become scratched.
During low speed turns such as when parking, or when coming off driveways, the springs may make a pinging noise. This is caused by coil-bind and there are a few solutions to fix this. First, make sure the thrust washer is clean from dirt and debris. Then lubricate the thrust washer with WD-40. If the noise persists, please check the sping preload. The spring perch should be snug against the spring, while allowing the spring to still rotate. The initial spring preload should be set from the factory and should not be adjusted unless corner balancing the car. DO NOT use the spring preload to adjust the ride height of the car.
*NOTE* If the car is corner balanced and the springs are preloaded, it may cause coil-bind on low speed turns and become noisy.
When adjusting the height, do not adjust the height by the spring perch. All height adjustments should be done through the lower mounting bracket.
Adjusting the spring perch will change the spring preload and should only be done when corner weighting and balancing the car.
When the shock is shortened and a higher ride height is desired
To raise the car, first make sure the spring perch and the middle locking collar are locked tightly together.
When they are locked together, use the spanner wrench to turn the spring perch locking collar counter-clockwise from the top view.
The lower mounting bracket locking collar should be rise approximately to the length the car will be raised.
[For example, if the car needs to be raised 2" the lower locking collar should rise 2"]
When the desired ride height is achieved, lower the lower mounting bracket locking collar and tighten the locking collar to spec against the lower mounting bracket.
The shock after being raised.
When adjusting the height, do not adjust the height by the spring perch. All height adjustments should be done through the lower mounting bracket. Adjusting the spring perch will change the spring preload and should only be done when corner weighting and balancing the car.
When the shock is at full length and a lowered ride height is desired
To lower the car, first the locking collar for the lower mounting bracket must be threaded up.
Use the supplied spanner wrench and turn the locking collar in a counter-clockwise direction from a top view.
The locking collar should be raised approximately to the length the car will be lowered.
[For example, if the car needs to be lowered 2" the lower locking collar should be raised 2"]
Then make sure the spring perch and the middle locking collar are locked tightly together.
When they are locked together, use the spanner wrench to turn the spring perch clockwise from the top view.
When the desired ride height is achieved, tighten the lower locking collar to spec against the lower mounting bracket.