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    New rims, after my 17 5zigen 5ZR setup, welcome Rx-8 rims with 225/40ZR18 Nankang NS-2 SuperSport tires :-) and -30 Eibach short spring !!!

    I love my Five !!!














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    ^^ nice and clean. Can you share the part number for the eibach? Is it for Mz3 or Mz5? Reason why you choose eibach over H&R? Also what shocks are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentnoise713 View Post
    ^^ nice and clean. Can you share the part number for the eibach? Is it for Mz3 or Mz5? Reason why you choose eibach over H&R? Also what shocks are you using?
    Thanks silentnoise.

    This is the ebay link for Eibach kit, it's for Mz5 :
    http://www.ebay.fr/itm/361308302158?...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

    Part number : e10-55-009-01-22

    I choise Eibach kit because the price are lower and the quality is good, i've a eibach lower spring kit for my another car (clk 200 kompressor convertible).

    I've stock shock absorber but news.

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    Damn, your Mazda5 looks great!
    Unfortunately finnish stupid law has changed and now its not so easy to put coilovers to car legally. And for that reason I had to forget coilovers and put H&R springs with stock absorders.
    And wheels are Advanti Black Pearl 8,5x18, front ET50 and rear ET38 with 225/40R18 tyres.
    I'm so sad that car is so high...
    http://s156.photobucket.com/user/Jub...93128.jpg.html
    http://s156.photobucket.com/user/Jub...93332.jpg.html

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    Hi Juppe,

    Your color Mz5 is creazy, i love it

    In France, i've no choise for the color : grey, black ... and white but very rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperKaribou View Post
    Thanks silentnoise.

    This is the ebay link for Eibach kit, it's for Mz5 :
    http://www.ebay.fr/itm/361308302158?...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

    Part number : e10-55-009-01-22

    I choise Eibach kit because the price are lower and the quality is good, i've a eibach lower spring kit for my another car (clk 200 kompressor convertible).

    I've stock shock absorber but news.
    Thanks for the link. I like Eibach too, top notch in my book, and I've used them in the past.

    I see these are only for 1.8 and 2.0 engines. Be interesting to see how much of a weight difference they are compared to the US 2.3... With your current setup, have you tried riding in the 3rd row to get a sense of how it feels as a passenger?
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    Yes, in France, we have only 1.8 and 2.0 petrol engine and 1.6, 2.0 diesel engine.

    I don't know for the 2.3L engine but diesel engine is heavier than petrol engine.

    For petrol engine :
    - Front Axle Load kg = 1035 Kg / 2281 lbs
    - Rear Axle Load kg = 1205 Kg / 2656 lbs


    For diesel engine :
    - Front Axle Load kg = 1130 Kg / 2491 lbs
    - Rear Axle Load kg = 1205 Kg / 2656 lbs

    Eibach Pro Kit parts number : E10-55-009-02-22

    Do you know the 2.3 axle load ?

    I just check Eibach USA site, the Mz5 not exist

    I have no problem with 4 passengers with baggages but i don't have test with 6 passengers.

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    I have a S2000 with RPF1 17x9+45 rear with 245 tires and 17x8+45 front with 225 tires.
    Will I be able to reuse those rims on my Mazda 5?

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