TEIN Flex Z Coilovers are the latest in TEIN's generation of high end coilovers. The difference with Flex Z is that you are getting a coilover that would normally cost almost double the price. The new manufacturing systems that TEIN has put in place with this line of coilovers has allowed for them to produce these coilovers at a lower price and pass that savings on to you. Quality and performance remains top of it's class and TEIN builds these Flex Z coilovers with the highest quality standards in Yokohama, Japan making these a true Japanese JDM coilover system.
TEIN Flex Z has an awesome twin tube internal system that gives you one of the best street rides we've seen. In addition, the full length height adjustment system enables you to lower the car to the max allowable level and still maintain the same shock travel and ride quality.
TEIN Flex Z is 16 way dampening adjustable (compression and rebound together) so you can made the ride stiffer or softer depending on what you are looking to achieve. For example, you can set the dampening to a low setting for when you are daily driving the car and set it up to a stiffer/firmer setting for track or competition use.
These coilovers include upper mounts for each installation. Each kit comes with either reinforced rubber upper mount or a pillowball upper mount. Pillow ball upper mounts are for strut suspensions and include front camber adjustment.
TEIN takes pride in their products and each one is built to be the best quality possible. TEIN coats each Flex Z with "ZT Coating" that prevents rust and has multiple layers to ensure the best finish.
TEIN Flex Z Coilovers Specs and Features:
Made in Yokohama, Japan
16 Levels of dampening force adjustment
Twin-Tube for Comfortable Street Ride
Full-Length System for Height Adjustment with minimal change in ride quality even at lowest setting
EDFC Compatiable (uses M12-M12 Motors)
Includes Upper Mounts for Easy Installation (some vehicles use OE mounts)
Inclues Dust Boots (some vehicles use OE dust boots)
TEIN Quality for durability, reliability and rust proofing
Max Range: -2.4" to 1"
Recommended Range: -1.2 to -0.4
Max Range: -4.7" to 0.9"
Recommended Range: -1.0 to -0.2
Our new Compatibility checking feature is still being updated and revised. If you have questions about vehicle fitment, please contact us.
Is the ride adjustment a mechanical adjustment on the shock itself so that they are adjusted individually? Or is it an electronic adjustment similar to the OEM system on the twin turbo coupes?
Hey Gregory, the dampening adjustment (ride stiffness) is done by turning knobs on the top of the coilovers, so they are normally adjusted manually, one at a time. Most people cut holes in the rear rear shock tower finisher pieces to access them, or just set them and forget them.
Tein is unique in that they support their EDFC system, which allows for electronically-controlled adjustments made in the cabin. So while it wouldn't work with the factory system, that functionality actually can be replicated w
Are these adjustable back and forth from the mount?
- stephen lucas
The Z32 doesn't use Camber Plates, it has a upper control arm. Thus, you would need an adjustable upper control arm to correct camber if you plan on lowering the vehicle.