Fortune Auto 500 Series Super Low Spec Coilover (Gen 8) - Scion FR-S (ZN6) (Includes Front Endlinks)
Years: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021,
The Super Low Spec 500 Series coilovers for the Scion FR-S (ZN6) (Includes Front Endlinks) are designed to dramatically lower vehicle ride height. Average height adjustability is roughly 2.5" to 5" lower than OEM ride height (depending on application).
Fortune Auto engineers collaborated with the experts at Broadway Suspension to offer specialized valving profiles and optimized specifications.
- Custom Rates Avl.: Yes
- Front Spring Rates: 8K
- Rear Spring Rates: 9K
- Top Mount: F: Pillowball Camber Plate / R: Aluminum
- Camber Adjst: Yes
What makes Fortune Auto The Best:
- Street Friendly Coilover
- Swift Springs Included Standard
- Customizable Spring Rates & Upgrades
- Flow Digressive Piston Technologyâ„¢
- 24-Step Adjustable Dampers
- FA Synthetic Shock Oil
- Individually Shock Dyno Tested prior to shipping
- Monotube Damper with High Pressure Nitrogen
- Rebuildable in the USA
- 5 Year industry leading warranty
- Modularity â€“ Upgradeable to 2-Way or 3-Way Canister
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.
All Fortune Auto Coilovers are custom built to order and to your specifications with a 6-8 week turnaround time. If no custom spring rates are chosen, coilovers will be built and shipped at the default spring rates recommended by Fortune Auto and listed on our product page. Coilovers are shown with grey springs, spring color may be dependent on application and spring rate.