A roadsterJDM.net first - Here is some interesting info from DDMWorks....the Ohlins project is VERY exciting - this is the first time that I can recall where Ohlins is working with someone to bring into the USA the same Japan spec coil-over setup...I think pricing will be in the $1900 range.
Here are the new Ohlins coilover set-ups that DDM Works is testing. It is the same set-up that is in Japan, except they have been working with Ohlins USA to get the kit right for the US market and will be releasing it next week. Ohlins USA will be servicing the kits and the kits will be readily available here in the states through DDMWorks.
Also - new pics of the new splitter they are almost done with for the NA's with the factory lip spoiler. It is more than a simple cut piece of plastic, it will be made of metal and powder coated, and also has tabs on the side to help secure the splitter - seen below.
Mirror blanking plates - looking for general interest.
Pricing is still TBD - but was given the ok by DDM to preview the new stuff here first.
Yes, I believe so - DDM I think is developing all the hardware typically found in a coil over unit - Ohlins then takes specs from Japan version and they literally make a copy of the Japan spec - I am not sure what specific model they may have used as a base...will need to ask Dave for the basic specs. He said they are very comfortable on the highway (for the wife that is) ;-)
It's about time someone marketed a splitter for the NA! I've had my homefab ABS one for like 2 years and always wondered why the aftermarket wasn't trying to do one. Good for DDM for mass producing this oddly shaped part!
DDM has been coming out with some very cool stuff lately. Someone should invite them over here.
they (ddm) look like they did a mix between the older ohlins (non adj. shock bodies) and used the Eibach spring (8kg fr-6kg r) found in the newer version....interesting for sure...im a little suprised they didn't opt for the newer version w/ adj. shock body length since hitting the bump stops is a major gripe about miatas.
There are a few people on here that are very talented at taking some pictures. Since we don't have a thread with everyone's roadsters together I figure this would be a good thread. Post pictures of your car as much as you would like. Try for them to look decent. Use old ones, others, or any...
I shared this to a few Facebook Miata groups this morning, it's sitting at a Pick and Pull in San Antonio right now. Pics aren't mine, taken from a post on the San Antonio Drift Facebook Group.
What front end is this? just curious... It's not a Simpsons, and it's obviously not a Pitcrew...