MGF Stainless Steel MK7 FCCKit Coil Conversion Suspension Kit
£ 1,480.00 £1480.00
MGF Coil spring conversion kit FCCKit MK7 in Stainless steel
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This kit works the same as the FCCKit MK6 ,which replaces the hydragas but made in stainless steel. Please see the details for the MK6 kit.Currently only Gaz shocks are used due to increase in cost of Spax.
Picture is MK6 version and will be updated in due course.
Due to the corrosion in certain countries and the increasing amount of salt used I have developed a full 303/304 grade stainless steel
TIG welded kit. ISO quality controlled Built to last a lifetime.
The arms and turrets are made in stainless steel and the top shock mount in anodised aluminium.The fixings are also stainless steel eliminating corroded and seized parts.
The additional costs over the std steel items are around £150 and will give you a choice of a suspension that will always look good without any problems from corrosion.
The parts will still need to be hosed down to remove the corrosive elements of road salt but with the minimum amount of effort will look good for years to come.
The new SS kit is a MK 7
version due to new jigs and a slight change in the arms to enable fitting without any subframe clearance issues (see picture of the narrower arm) as always I try to make improvements with each production run.The kit will work exactly as all previous kits in adjustment and ride quality.
I advise you to purchase the stainless steel top arm kit at the same time to ensure a perfect fit and reusing old pivots that could be worn and rusty. The additional cost is £50 plus vat if ordered with the FCCKit.
This kit is now slightly cheaper than the old stainless steel kit due to the increased numbers I have put into production.The next production may vary in price due to the cost fluctuations in material prices,both aluminium and stainless are experiencing price rises.