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Old 08-24-2022, 03:36 AM   #1
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Default Hockley Motorsports "custom" rally suspension

Haven't had any luck searching on this forum or elsewhere for information on the harry Hockley rally suspension for the ti. It is definitely more involved than a simple bilstien suspension. It rear strut towers are extended and a "coil-over" setup with a much larger than normal spring is installed.

The websites descriptions are garbage and Hockley Motorsports is generally unresponsive so I would really appreciate any information on this or other full rally suspension setups.

The main question is how adjustable is something like this? in the perfect world, I could run this suspension competitively on a road track with adjustments as well as rally cross. I will likely just continue auto-crossing the car for a while before I can start auto x and especially something like stage rally. It may seem like overkill at the moment, but if I am putting in a cage, I want to tie it into the notoriously weak rear tower area. I would also rather spend the money once on a really good duel purpose suspension than pay twice.

Hopefully this hasn't been answered somewhere else and I missed it when looking. There are rally builds but none are specifically about this suspension.
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Should probably have linked the exact kit i am talking about so here it is. it isnt sold as one unit so here is all the relevant parts.







If there is another retailer for the same style parts I appreciate any link since Hockley Motorsports is so unresponsive.
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