Mazda MX6 - How to Upgrade Your Struts & Springs
Upgrading ND28's GoldMember MX-6 using Tokico Blues (HB/HP Series) with
Megan Racing (lowering) springs. The setup will cost about $400-$500
(depending on vendors) and can be completed in a weekend.
The end result is a medium spring rate which is still comfortable yet
provides less body roll in the corners and makes spirited driving much more
enjoyable. In my opinion this kit is a very nice upgrade for those who
want a great balance of performance and comfort.
Tokico TOHB3081 - Front Right
Tokico TOHB3082 - Front Left
Tokico TOHB3083 - Rears
Megan Racing springs - MX6 Kit #MR-LS-FP93L4
ND28's Build Topic on Mazda626.net:
My new car: 1994 Mazda MX6 LS MTX 2.5L KL-DE
And this her running much much better:
This is day 1.
Just got this hard to find(at least in my area) '94 MX-6 LS manual with the
V6 and low miles.
*Power door locks
*Power leather seats(driver)
*Power mirrors(heated too)
*Leather interior. Steering wheel and shift knob are leather as well.
The car is all stock, unmolested, 15" OEM factory alloys, trunk wing(with
Only has 97K miles
Now the bad: The engine is running rough, it misfires upon acceleration,
the muffler came undone(hence the loud Exhaust), drivers seat is torn, door cards are
loose, etc... It needs some TLC which the car will finally get ;-)
I never realized how well my 1994 626 2.0L FS 4 cylinder runs until I drove
the MX-6, the 626 has been babied and it has 249k miles and still running
I plan on restoring the MX-6 and then possibly start modding / upgrading
it, only time will tell as I'm still working on my 626, here you can find
my build thread:
Stay tuned ;-)
SPORT COMPACT at HI RPM - Sydney Dragway
2jz Powered Po kicking ass in his Supra!!! Joe running 6.40 s all weekend..
more info on crash coming soon to Rotorg33k.com - Good news is that Rocki
from pac perforamcne is ok.. and will come back to fight another day in
the mazda 6