Magna ride explained

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Magna ride explained

Postby badhand » Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:16 pm

Quick vid from American Muscle for you guys thinking of getting MY18s:



So what I'm getting is, as with other cars I've had with similar setting options, is you'll just leave it in 'Track'. The fun of adjusting into other modes disappears when you realise it just makes the car feel worse.

And lowering from stock is going to be a pain in the early days.

Seventeen hundred bucks sounds alright for the electronic trickery, but what's it cost in pounds over here? I've not paid much attention to prices tbh. :oops:

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Re: Magna ride explained

Postby Manders Mustang » Thu Jan 11, 2018 11:44 am

about the same in quid. (£1600ish).

There's an order out there that's about to be locked in, that's got no name next to it. OF, Mag ride, A10, Custom pack with forged wheels :rock .

Mag ride is a godsend, and wipes the floor with coilovers, however I just wish we could retrofit it (easily!) to a My15-17 (even from a 350), however there's sooooo much electrical gimmickry needed it become a good few thousand job. :axe

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Re: Magna ride explained

Postby cati » Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:08 pm

Shame it doesn’t have this a flat plate crank v8 a 9.5 rev limit and a M button...


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