Fortune Auto 500 Coilovers - GEN7

$1,299.00

Fortune Auto engineers were tasked with a focused goal to make the Acura Integra Generation 7 - 500 Series dampers the best single adjustable system on the market at a very affordable price point. The Acura Integra Gen 7 500 Series are built at Fortune Auto's Richmond, Virginia US headquarters. Fortune Auto insists on building bespoke suspension in order to offer the best quality control in the industry. At Fortune Auto, they approach the science of suspension with a mentality of customization that has raised the industry's standards of performance.

All Fortune Auto shock absorbers use digressive piston technology which allows for stiff low-speed compression/rebound force. This gives more control of driver inputs such as roll, dive, and squat. However, at fast stroke speeds (i.e. high speed bumps) the suspension becomes supple in response to bumps and irregularities in the road.

THESE NOW COME STANDARD WITH THE RADIAL BEARING UPGRADE

Specs:

  • Top Mounts Front: Aluminum
  • Top Mounts Rear: Aluminum
  • Spring Rate Front: 9K
  • Spring Rate Rear: 8K
  • Custom Spring Rate: Available

CUSTOM. MODULAR. REBUILDABLE. 
Designed and assembled in the USA. 

  • FA Synthetic Shock Oil
  • Flow Digressive Piston Technology
  • Radial Bearing Mounts Standard (on MacPherson)
  • American Made Premium Chrome Silicon Springs
  • Custom Built and Dyno Tested
  • 5 Year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty
  • 24-Step Adjustable Dampers
  • Monotube Damper with High Pressure Nitrogen
  • T6 6061 Aluminum Mounts and Camber Plates
  • Rebuildable and Revalveable at our Facility in Richmond, VA
  • Modularity – Upgradeable to 2-Way or 3-Way Canister

  • Everyday Driveability 
    Research on the racetrack has helped us develop the Fortune Auto 500 Series into a great all-around shock absorber. Using high quality components that meet our strict standards allows us to optimize comfort, reliability, and longevity. 
    Occasional Track Use 
    Digressive piston technology allows for stiff low-speed compression/rebound force. This gives more control of driver inputs such as roll, dive, and squat. However, at fast stroke speeds (i.e. high speed bumps) the suspension becomes supple in response to bumps and irregularities in the road for maximum control.

     

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