Fortune Auto Ver.4 Coilovers - Revamped Range Custom Built

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Fortune Auto Ver.4 Coilovers - Revamped Range Custom Built

Postby Bazda » Sat Jun 09, 2012 9:40 pm

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Fortune Auto have released their revised coilovers with heaps of external & internal upgrades to aid even better performance and strength.

Best thing is the price is still the same, more applications and now provided with a 5 YEAR WARRANTY!

Application List: http://www.fortune-auto.net/Fortune%20A ... 20list.jpg

500 series $1699 - These feature 24 way adjustable digressive shock valving, full height adjustable, dyno tested, brake line & sway bar mounts as per OEM.
If not in stock allow 2-4 weeks

510 series $2499 - These are similar to the 500 series but feature Ultra digressive shock valving with dyno sheets provided on all 4 shocks.
These are custom built to order as we can't fill everyones needs regarding spring rates and shock valving. Each application is totally different depending on the car and what it is being used for. Allow 6-8 weeks on these custom builds.

These guys are really leading the way in custom valved coilovers which perform on par with high spec Euro brands at half the costs.
You need to ride on these to believe how they feel. The difference between a properly valved coilover to a generic mass produced coilover is like night to day.




Customer Reviews:
Wingit
Just had my first drive on the Fortune Auto 500 series. Best set of suspension I have owned (Bilstein, Tein, Koni being the others) so smooth with so little bounce. Everyone should get a set!
These just absorb the bumps resulting in a Nice smooth ride. Even my GF gives them the pass mark for comfort

Dox
ive got barry importing me a set of fortune auto coilovers 510 series, i done alot of reading and comparing between fortune auto and other mid to high end shocks and these come out very well, id recommend them any day.
far better then any jap or tiawanise shocks avaliable.

Andrew
finally tested my dreadnoughts out on the track a few weeks back, Managed to have a play with through the whole dampning range, and couldnt believe the way they handled. The digressive valving is really noticeable through the tight stuff, and is very well balanced. The few times i was pushing it to oversteer it was a smooth transition and very controlable. Will be good test for them at eastern creek turn 1 next week!

Kory
I have mine on medium settings on 8/6 springs, and I love them. That said I am very tolerant of a stiff ride. I don't find them harsh.
I can see me buying these or 510s for my future cars.

Zen Garage http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid= ... =1&theater
Yesterday PhillB came around and we got to test out his Fortune Auto coilovers. His 4 door R34 is absolutely dropped on these and we weren't expecting a smooth ride but damn the ride was smooth as! Suspension absorbed all the small bumps no worries which made for a silky smooth ride.

Mathew C
I have to say that I am extremely impressed with how good the ride is!!
It swallows up all the little bumps with ease, and actually rides nicer than my previous ‘king springs, and oem shocks combo’, which were 6kg front, 4kg rear. Now running 9/6k setup!

It seems softer and more plush! But solid and stuff all body roll when hard cornering or slalom runs… so I’m assuming that’s where the digressive technology comes in, and why people seem to love them.





More info can be read here: http://www.fortune-auto.net/generation4.htm

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Postby Bazda » Mon Aug 20, 2012 12:14 pm

Bump. We have had in influx of orders over the last 2 weeks!

People in NZ/Aus are finding out how well these perform. Especially for street users who need that comfort but don't want to sacrifice handling!

PM us if you want to place an order and we can walk you through the process or getting a set custom valved to your needs.
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Postby Bazda » Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:55 am

We have been getting raving results on these coilovers both for Street and Serious Track users!

Both in NZ and Aus. Contact us today and we will work with you on a set which actually suits your car. These are not mass produced shocks which all use the same valving.
These are built to order and made to suit what you want to do with the car and will perform flawlessly.
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Re: Fortune Auto Ver.4 Coilovers - Revamped Range Custom Bui

Postby Bazda » Mon Nov 24, 2014 3:45 pm

We have had great reviews on these over the past couple years. More and more guys are switching out their old coilovers in place of these and noting uhge changes to their car regarding ride quality on NZ roads.

All sets made to oder, built to the spring rates you require and valved to what you use the car for - Street/Track/Drift
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