19-UP Toyota Corolla Hatchback E210 BC Racing Coilovers - BR Type
BC Racing BR Series Coilover Kit 19+ Toyota Corolla Hatchback E210
Part Number: C-161-BR
The BC Racing BR series coilovers are the perfect choice for street driving with a dash of weekend autocross. BC Racing Corolla Hatchback coilovers Feature easily accessible adjustment knobs and separately adjustable ride height, the BR series makes adjusting and maintaining your Corolla Hatchback's coilover system easier than ever. The BC Coilover ride height is independently user adjustable so you can dial in the exact look to reflect your driving style and performance needs. BC Racing's patented concave lower locking ring keeps all the adjustments locked in and ready for precise predictable feedback in any scenario. The Corolla BR series coilover provides a strong, complete and affordable coilover system for every enthusiast
- Mono-tube shock design
- 30 levels of damping force adjustment
- Pillowball mounts and adjustable camber plates included
- Separate Full length height adjustable
- Inverted and Non-Inverted setups
- One year warranty
Front Spring Rate = 6k Rear Spring Rate = 4.5k
Custom spring rates are available. You can request custom spring rates by entering the rates you want in the special instructions box after clicking add to cart. Spring rates up to 18K are available in BC Springs. Rates higher then 18K will require Swift spring upgrade.
All extreme low kits, swift springs, and custom rates are considered custom builds and will have a lead time of 2-3 weeks before shipping.
Feel good, easy to install. They don’t go very low, I recommend to purchase the extreme low versions.
A week after I had placed my order, I had not been notified about shipping. After contacting Coilover Depot, they told me it will take about a month for production to be ready. I wasn't in a hurry, so the wait wasn't a big deal, however it would have been nice to be notified proactively.
As for the coilovers themselves, you can tell BC didn't put much thought into making them. I have BC coilovers on my other cars, so I do like them. The problem with these is you can forget about making dampening adjustments. The front adjustments are on the top. It will require drilling of the cross member and the plastic rain tray just to see the knobs. If you don't order the dampening adjustment extensions, that is exactly what you will do. Just stare at those knobs. If you want the ability to make adjustments (after you have drilled through), get the extensions. As for the rears, forget about adjusting too. I lowered the car 1.5" all the way around. The gap is only big enough for my finger to touch the adjustment knob. Not enough to get a grip to turn it. You will need to jack up the rear of the car just to adjust the dampening. Needless to say, BC doesn't really care much for user accessibility on these coilovers. That is unfortunate.
Currently I have the dampening on the softest setting. It is very close to stock comfort. It is a bit stiffer, but still comfortable. Noise is just a tad more noticeable than stock due to the pillow ball mounts, but bad at all. I just wish BC had put more thought into developing this unit.
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