Coilovers in two flavours
HSD leads in two areas of coilover tech; MonoTube and TwinTube. The MonoPro MonoTube Coilovers are high-capacity and large-valved, so they can carry more oil. This means that they’re excellent at dissipating heat, take longer to wear out and can tackle a variety of different surfaces. One of HSD’s hallmarks is adjustability, and the MonoPro continues this tradition by offering a staggering 16 stages of damping adjustment. It’s suspension that can deal with whatever you need it for, be it track or uneven road, and whether you want a comfortable cruiser or a responsive racer.
Near the top end of the MonoPro range, we’ve got the HSD BMW E36 MonoPro Coilovers, offering single coil suspension for a very reasonable £805. HSD are in another class when it comes to coilovers for less than £1000 and you’d be very smart to stick their kit on your car.
The MonoPro’s brother is the Dualtech TwinTube - this is designed for people on a lower budget. This doesn’t mean that you’re losing out on build quality or functionality and it still offers a lot of adjustment potential. The twin tube tech is less expensive to manufacture than mono tube, so it ends up as cheaper. Tarmac Sportz is very happy to be able to offer high-quality coilovers, no matter what your budget is.
Compatible with a huge selection of cars
Because HSD have been around the block a few times, and they’re recognised for their quality suspension, they’ve struck up deals with all of the major manufacturers. This means that whatever car you drive, whether it’s a Mitsubishi Evo, or a Lexus IS200, you can use HSD coilovers to significantly improve your ride quality.
The manufacturers HSD covers include BMW, Honda, Lexus, Mazda, Mistubishi, Nissan, Subaru and Toyota. Additionally, HSD boast that they’ve got a warehouse full of spare parts for their coilovers, including damper units, top mounts and bottom brackets. This means that they’re always on hand to help out if you somehow manage to break one of their babies.