MAX IV SP LANCER EVOLUTION
Explanation of the product Application chart

LANCER EVOLUTION CZ4A(X)
MAX IV SP Code No. 80250-AM001
 
 


▲The above photo is an item for CZ4A.

The sport model to have a comfortable drive even in the winding road.



Application   Specification
Engine 4B11
Model Year 07/10 - 
Remarks Test vehicle: SST
 
  FRONT REAR
Damping force adjustment 30 steps 30 steps
Base valve - -
Height adjustable lower bracket
Upper mount Spherical bearing Spherical bearing
Inverted/Normal type Inverted Normal
Damper/Spring layout Coilover Coilover
Spring rate change at factory Possible Possible
Damping force adjustment with wire -
Helper spring
(Spring rate N/mm)
○ ( 19.8 ) ○ ( 19.8 )


Ride Height mm
  Factory *2 Test data Adjustable range
High - Low *3
Drivable range
High - Low *4
FRONT Ride height *1 659 653 700 ~ 602 678 ~ 602
Against stock -41 -47 0 ~ -98 -22 ~ -98
REAR Ride height *1 652 639 679 ~ 588 679 ~ 617
Against stock -27 -40 0 ~ -91 0 ~ -62
*1. Height from road surface to fender arch.
*2. Height at factory is the data tested at HKS with the setting of Full Kit. (HKS' recommended setting.)
*3. Adjustable range (However, the lowest value may not be road legal.
Even within the adjustable range, car body, arm etc. may contact. In such case, it will be hard to drive.
Damper oil leakage or any other problems caused by low ride height setting from the factory setting will void the warranty of the product.)
*4. Drivable range that there is no contact of car body or arms etc. (However, change of tire/wheel size may cause a problem.)
Caution). Actual data depends on each vehicle.


Kit information
Spring of Full Kit
  F R
Spring rate N/mm(kgf/mm) 108 ( 11 ) 78 ( 8 )
Free height (mm) 170 200
Spring type Straight Straight
Recommended range to change spring rate N/mm(kgf/mm) ±10 ( 1 ) ±20 ( 2 )
Specification of damper
  F R
Damping force (Rebound/Damping)N* 2246 / 432 785 / 235
Default position of dial 15 15
Remaining damper stroke (Rebound/Damping)mm 41 / 58 68 / 67
* The value of the damping force is at piston speed of 0.1m/sec.
Setting data
  F R
Default Test Drivable limit
High *
Drivable limit
Low *
Default Test Drivable limit
High *
Drivable limit
Low *
Length of
case (mm)
301 301 319 274 436 424 449 411
Spring
Set length(mm)
202 208 202 230 267 267 255 274
Length to ride hight
adjuster (mm)
92 86 110 37 91 79 116 59
Lever ratio 1.04 1.10
* Refer to the above explanation *3 of ride height information for drivable high and low limitations.


Test vehicle information
  F R
Vehicle weight kg 919 662
Tire size (Air pressure) kPa 265 / 35 - 18 ( 220 ) 265 / 35 - 18 ( 220 )
Wheel size 10 JJ × 18 off 25 10 JJ × 18 off 25
Alignment
(Toe/Camber)
Test data 0 mm / -2°24' 0 mm / -2°30'
Standard value 0 ± 2 mm / -1°00' ± 30' in 3 ± 2 mm / -1°00' ± 30'
* Test data at HKS.


Parts List * It may be changed without prior notice.


Point
・The product is evolved further based on Hipermax III Sports 09 Spec.
・For further performance improvement, this product was developed with latest parts such as new shape needle, M-shaft, aluminum bracket, etc. based on Hipermax IV GT.
・This product utilizes an adjustment dial that allows various driving conditions from street to circuit with high grip radial tires.
・To maintain the stability in rear and traction performance, the spring rate is reduced, and the rate balance in front and rear are optimized.
・Settings for smooth turning and quick acceleration at a clip point are performed exclusively for Lance Evolution.
・Carefully choosing the stroke distribution and damping force setting achieves a high-level sporty driving performance. Stability and controllability in the critical area are also concerned.
・Recommended dial position for sporty driving is 15 in front and rear. Adjust the dial to 25-30 for street driving to provide relaxed feeling to a fellow passenger.
・When adjusting the rear damper, to avoid the damper from coming in contact with the arm resulting in damage, do not make the case length shorter than 411mm and the vehicle’s rear height lower than -33mm.
・Since the front damper is close to the front tire and wheel, make sure the damper does not come into contact with any other parts of a vehicle when lowering the vehicle height. If the damper comes into contact with any other parts of a vehicle, slide the tire wheel outward using a wheel spacer or a similar tool.
 
 


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