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#21 MeisterR

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Posted 11 April 2018 - 12:51 AM

Thanks Jerrick, very useful! Think the crd may suit me better then, and maybe with toyo T1-Rs instead of R888.

 

If you are using Too T1-R, then ZetaCRD without a doubt.

 

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Posted 22 April 2018 - 05:31 PM

Going to Anglesey in June. This vid is good beta and helping me decide on CRD+ (I’ve got a mk3)

You looked fast - is that thing supercharged?
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Posted 23 April 2018 - 01:50 PM

Now I am getting very excited . Just had an email from Edwin at MeisterR. My cludrace for my NA could be with me this week. H and R going on ebay. New rubber bushing front and rear from IL TObe fitted. And POR15 all suspension then fit my club race. So my last alingment was the 1Lapheros setting on you tube, but now looking for a less track, more fast road. One or two track days this summer?? I am running Nankang NSR2R Rubber. Any recomondations please. Jerrick ? Guys running club race? Cheers in advance
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Posted 23 April 2018 - 03:52 PM

Going to Anglesey in June. This vid is good beta and helping me decide on CRD+ (I’ve got a mk3)

You looked fast - is that thing supercharged?

 

 

Pretty safe to say it is, your an hear that supercharger whine from downtown.  :D

The ZetaCRD+ on the NC will give similar characteristic, as both setup are pretty much identical when you calculate the vehicle dynamics.  :)

 

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Posted 23 April 2018 - 03:53 PM

So my last alingment was the 1Lapheros setting on you tube, but now looking for a less track, more fast road. One or two track days this summer?? I am running Nankang NSR2R Rubber. Any recomondations please. Jerrick ? Guys running club race? Cheers in advance

 

 

Alignment are best left for specialist who can actually talk to you and work out your personal preference.

There isn't a right or wrong answer, depend on what the driver wants and how much tyre wear you are willing to accept, etc.

 

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Posted 23 April 2018 - 05:29 PM

I was behind him at Anglesey playing chase in my Mk3 at one point, it was quite quick, I was pleased to discover it was supercharged and had track rubber made me feel a little better :D
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Posted 05 September 2018 - 08:18 AM

Slightly off-topic - and I have a vague feeling I've read something about this somewhere else - but I don't suppose there are any plans to offer a longer-travel rear damper with a road-biased set-up and spring rate?

 

Some of the roads around here have an extremely undulating surface, and my current CRDs seem to be struggling for travel and rebound.

 

I'm not interested in track driving really, and tend to prefer a compliant set-up to maintain contact between the tyres and the road surface, but I do want a lower than stock ride height with adjustable perch height - hence neither the ClubRace nor the Sportives are likely to quite suit me.

 

(Alternatively, any suggestions for changes I can try on the CRDs would also be welcome - they're at the height they come in the box, so aren't stupidly low!)


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Posted 06 September 2018 - 05:48 PM

Slightly off-topic - and I have a vague feeling I've read something about this somewhere else - but I don't suppose there are any plans to offer a longer-travel rear damper with a road-biased set-up and spring rate?
 
Some of the roads around here have an extremely undulating surface, and my current CRDs seem to be struggling for travel and rebound.
 
I'm not interested in track driving really, and tend to prefer a compliant set-up to maintain contact between the tyres and the road surface, but I do want a lower than stock ride height with adjustable perch height - hence neither the ClubRace nor the Sportives are likely to quite suit me.
 
(Alternatively, any suggestions for changes I can try on the CRDs would also be welcome - they're at the height they come in the box, so aren't stupidly low!)


I think the CRD's already offer more rear travel than any other set up at the lower ride height.

PS. Just noticed you have the Blink stage1 set up. How are you finding it? Worth the money? Have been contemplating going for it for ages.
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Posted 06 September 2018 - 07:05 PM

Ha... well, that's a very interesting question. Happy to discuss further but don't want to hijack this thread!
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Posted 06 September 2018 - 09:25 PM

Ha... well, that's a very interesting question. Happy to discuss further but don't want to hijack this thread!


Will PM you mate.
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Posted 07 September 2018 - 06:15 AM

Slightly off-topic - and I have a vague feeling I've read something about this somewhere else - but I don't suppose there are any plans to offer a longer-travel rear damper with a road-biased set-up and spring rate?

 

Some of the roads around here have an extremely undulating surface, and my current CRDs seem to be struggling for travel and rebound.

 

I'm not interested in track driving really, and tend to prefer a compliant set-up to maintain contact between the tyres and the road surface, but I do want a lower than stock ride height with adjustable perch height - hence neither the ClubRace nor the Sportives are likely to quite suit me.

 

(Alternatively, any suggestions for changes I can try on the CRDs would also be welcome - they're at the height they come in the box, so aren't stupidly low!)

 

 

Off Topic, but it is something we have been working on and just got in stock.
I haven't even put it up on the website yet.

 

It is the ZetaCRD-LT (Long Travel)

The optimise height is a bit taller, around the 320mm front, 330mm rear.

 

The recent changes to the ZetaCRD added 10mm all around, bringing the travel to 125mm front, 105mm rear.

The pre-load have been removed, and therefore the 10mm travel actually gone into rebound travel.

 

The ZetaCRD-LT take this one step further by incorporating helper springs all around.

Travel been increase 20mm all around over the new ZetaCRD, bringing it to 145mm front, 125mm rear.

The helper springs shift all the added travel to rebound, and that mean if you are comparing it to the 1st generation ZetaCRD, you will gain almost 30mm of rebound travel in the rear.

 

The ZetaCRD-LT is sort of what we would call a Tarmac Rally setup as it have A LOT  of travel.

So this is probably the kit you are after if you are going to go over a lot of rough roads.

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Posted 07 September 2018 - 07:58 AM

 

Slightly off-topic - and I have a vague feeling I've read something about this somewhere else - but I don't suppose there are any plans to offer a longer-travel rear damper with a road-biased set-up and spring rate?

 

Some of the roads around here have an extremely undulating surface, and my current CRDs seem to be struggling for travel and rebound.

 

I'm not interested in track driving really, and tend to prefer a compliant set-up to maintain contact between the tyres and the road surface, but I do want a lower than stock ride height with adjustable perch height - hence neither the ClubRace nor the Sportives are likely to quite suit me.

 

(Alternatively, any suggestions for changes I can try on the CRDs would also be welcome - they're at the height they come in the box, so aren't stupidly low!)

 

 

Off Topic, but it is something we have been working on and just got in stock.
I haven't even put it up on the website yet.

 

It is the ZetaCRD-LT (Long Travel)

The optimise height is a bit taller, around the 320mm front, 330mm rear.

 

The recent changes to the ZetaCRD added 10mm all around, bringing the travel to 125mm front, 105mm rear.

The pre-load have been removed, and therefore the 10mm travel actually gone into rebound travel.

 

The ZetaCRD-LT take this one step further by incorporating helper springs all around.

Travel been increase 20mm all around over the new ZetaCRD, bringing it to 145mm front, 125mm rear.

The helper springs shift all the added travel to rebound, and that mean if you are comparing it to the 1st generation ZetaCRD, you will gain almost 30mm of rebound travel in the rear.

 

The ZetaCRD-LT is sort of what we would call a Tarmac Rally setup as it have A LOT  of travel.

So this is probably the kit you are after if you are going to go over a lot of rough roads.

Jerrick

 

 

I'm guessing I've got first-gen CRD at present - I ordered them back in September 2016... Really like the sound of the LT model, but perhaps even the current standard version would offer a worthwhile improvement over what I've got at present.

 

Incidentally, this is not to say that I think badly of my current suspension at all. I'm just super-fussy (fifth set of suspension on this car so far...). Thanks so much for getting back to me.


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Posted 07 September 2018 - 08:00 AM

 

Ha... well, that's a very interesting question. Happy to discuss further but don't want to hijack this thread!


Will PM you mate.

 

 

Got it. Will reply a little later (may have a busy day today, but I will get back to you).


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Posted 07 September 2018 - 11:49 AM

Ha... well, that's a very interesting question. Happy to discuss further but don't want to hijack this thread!


Will PM you mate.
 
Got it. Will reply a little later (may have a busy day today, but I will get back to you).

Not to hijack either but also interested in your bling experience.
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Posted 16 September 2018 - 12:26 AM

Slightly off-topic - and I have a vague feeling I've read something about this somewhere else - but I don't suppose there are any plans to offer a longer-travel rear damper with a road-biased set-up and spring rate?
 
Some of the roads around here have an extremely undulating surface, and my current CRDs seem to be struggling for travel and rebound.
 
I'm not interested in track driving really, and tend to prefer a compliant set-up to maintain contact between the tyres and the road surface, but I do want a lower than stock ride height with adjustable perch height - hence neither the ClubRace nor the Sportives are likely to quite suit me.
 
(Alternatively, any suggestions for changes I can try on the CRDs would also be welcome - they're at the height they come in the box, so aren't stupidly low!)

 
 
Off Topic, but it is something we have been working on and just got in stock.
I haven't even put it up on the website yet.
 
It is the ZetaCRD-LT (Long Travel)
The optimise height is a bit taller, around the 320mm front, 330mm rear.
 
The recent changes to the ZetaCRD added 10mm all around, bringing the travel to 125mm front, 105mm rear.
The pre-load have been removed, and therefore the 10mm travel actually gone into rebound travel.
 
The ZetaCRD-LT take this one step further by incorporating helper springs all around.
Travel been increase 20mm all around over the new ZetaCRD, bringing it to 145mm front, 125mm rear.
The helper springs shift all the added travel to rebound, and that mean if you are comparing it to the 1st generation ZetaCRD, you will gain almost 30mm of rebound travel in the rear.
 
The ZetaCRD-LT is sort of what we would call a Tarmac Rally setup as it have A LOT  of travel.
So this is probably the kit you are after if you are going to go over a lot of rough roads.

Jerrick

Flipping heck! I wish I had known about these BEFORE I just bought CRD's.
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Posted 17 September 2018 - 03:22 AM

 

Flipping heck! I wish I had known about these BEFORE I just bought CRD's.

 

 

 

The ZetaCRD-LT is our first production batch.
We literally just got it, it isn't even on our website yet.

 

But if you are interested in the ZetaCRD-LT, drop us a message.

We can try to work something out.

 

The main issue with the LT is having the helper springs on a dual perch coilovers that are dialled into an exact spec gives a little too much adjustment.

So it can be a bit tricky on what to adjust, but so far the result been good the long as you aren't going to go under the 330mm in the rear.

 

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Posted 17 September 2018 - 12:25 PM

I have fitted the CRD’s already Jerrick.
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