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Midship Garage - Toyota MR2 AW11 MK1A/B - 'M-Spec' 32-way Coilover Kit

Product type: Suspension

Status:

$ 1,560.00

DESCRIPTION

The Midship Garage 'M-Spec' coilovers are engineered by enthusiasts, for enthusiasts. Midship Garage preserves its grassroots theory combining streetability and maximum performance, while maintaining comfort. Ideal for street and mid-level track use.

FEATURES

What's Inside?

Our rebuildable shock features a true digressive piston which provides resistance and control related to the shaft speed. Custom designed shock valving, along with a high quality German shock oil and 32-way rebound dampening. This simply means when you approach a bump on road or track, the shock has a higher dampening capability, which better absorbs the impact.

Adjustability

The M-Spec kit offers a range of adjustability including full ride height and front camber plates on pillowball mounts for more precise feedback.

Swift Springs

When looking for a quality spring for any application, look no further than Swift Springs. Made in Tohatsu Japan.

Styling

Nothing wrong with going fast AND looking good! The top hats are anodized aluminum for protection against the elements along with the lower brackets are powder coated with our signature teal with metallic flake. The lower spring perch and adjustment collars are hand polished aluminum.

SPECIFICATIONS
Part Number MG-AW11-MSPEC
Manufacturer Midship Garage
Product Type Suspension, Aftermarket
Product Condition New
Front/Rear Camber Adjustable/Non-Adjustable
Front/Rear Shocks 32-way Adjustable
Shock Type Digressive
VEHICLE COMPATABILITY
 YEAR VEHICLE MODEL SUB-MODEL ENGINE
1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 Toyota MR2 (AW11) MK1a
MK1b
1.6L 4A-GE, 4A-GZE
  • Please leave a note during checkout, stating 'MK1A' or 'MK1B', 3 bolt or 4-bolt front top hat, based on your model year.
DELIVERY
TYPE SHIPS FROM LEAD TIME
Made-to-order USA Ships in 6-8 weeks
    REMARKS
    • This product is intended for off-road use. Please consult your local road and safety laws for usability.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
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    Anonymous (Yakima, US)
    What is a Lead Time?

    I'd like to think I'm not an unreasonable person; that I'm not a rude person. I like to give credit where it's due, so I will start with the good. The quality of the parts are excellent. The product itself meets the standards expected. Sales responds fairly consistently within 24 hours to emails. Sales responses are polite, have good spelling, and grammar. Trust me this is a good thing worth noting (if you haven't had to deal with deciphering broken language consider yourself blessed). I was given a t-shirt for the first delay. Quick response on return shipping damaged parts, return shipping label was provided.

    Instead of listing the negative things I'm going to history dump, and let you decide. Everyone I've talked to says I'm being too generous, but I don't like to work off of my personal anecdote alone.

    A long time ago, back when I was but a wee hopeful young'un. Okay it's more like some 37 weeks ago, but who's counting. The estimated lead time was 4-6 weeks back then. At time of review it now reads 6-8, both of these are incorrect. Lead time is closer to 15-19 weeks, ask me how I know. I have no issues with long lead times, just tell me up front.

    Initially I wait the 6 weeks before requesting an update. I asked because me and the crew were brimming with excitement to see Midship's high quality and get to turning bolts. Midship says parts will be ready in about two weeks.

    Four weeks go by. I poke sales again: says they'll ship out in a couple days, here is a tracking number to show it's really going to be on the way.

    Two weeks later the tracking never updates and UPS says they never got a package, I email again. Oops Midship didn't have all the coils they needed but "rest assured" it'll ship out tomorrow.

    One week later and I'm asking for an update since tracking still hasn't updated: Oops we lied, we still didn't have all the parts when we said that they'd ship last week. We have them now and it'll ship tomorrow.

    They actually ship next business day.

    Parts arrive a week later. They're damaged. I do not hold the damage against Midship Garage, my local delivery drivers severely mishandle packages all the time. Could the parts have had more packaging? Maybe. They had proportionally more the 2nd time than the first. The response to return the damaged parts was quick and handled well. I send the damaged parts back same day the shipping label is emailed.

    One week later and the parts have tracked as delivered.

    Sales is silent for 6 weeks. The silence is broken by me. Sales says parts still being worked on, incomplete parts are coming in with next shipment coming this week will send update when they're completed powder coating.

    Another 6 weeks later and I ask again. Incomplete parts are coming in with next shipment coming this week.
    That sounds oddly familiar.
    This is the moment I gave up. I don't want to deal with them anymore. I won't believe Midship Garage's word anymore. That bridge is broken and I'm just obtuse and stubborn enough to prevent it from ever being repaired.
    My crew advised I look into what it would take to charge back the order or ask for a refund while talking with my bank about my options if it were to turn for the worse. I'm honestly too disappointed to even bother at the time.

    Another month passes and it's a new year; holidays have helped and I've forgotten about the coilovers. Midship contacts me with an update. Replacement parts are in powder coating, estimating it'll be done in one week. No it wont, stop saying that.

    10 days later and I begin writing the email to request a refund while on break at work. I don't finish the email but plan to while on lunch. Lunch rolls around and Midship actually sends me a tracking number. I finish typing my refund request and save it as a draft. I have no faith the parts will ship, but I've already waited 33 weeks, what's one more week. If the tracking doesn't update within a week like last time I'll just send the request for refund email.

    Two business days later tracking updates as package received by USPS.

    One week after that the replacement parts arrived.

    I'd like to say I was shocked there wasn't another delay, but I just don't care. Next time I'd rather go out into the woods to chop down a tree with my face and process the lumber into the vague shape of coilovers.

    Will I ever shop with Midship Garage again? No.
    If the coilovers break while under warranty will I contact Midship? No.
    Will I wear the t-shirt? No.

    TLDR: I got politely dicked around and lied to by sales for 34 weeks and got a t-shirt for my patience. t-shirt / 5, would rather pulverize trees with face.

    Hello,

    Thank you for your feedback. We can guess your order, based on the circumstance and have extended our best apology for the delay. Unfortunately and perhaps to your surprise, Midship Garage is not in control of the import delays of raw parts which comprise the M-Spec kit. In this case, we were also bewildered at how long the parts took to arrive through customs. We are considering options to mitigate these lead times in future.

    This was an overwhelming issue ahead of your order, with the global pandemic and supply chain still very much affected as a result. We list our lead times as estimates for this reason which are generally upheld. Unfortunately, there are extreme situations as you have experienced. During production, we are also on wait for spring arrival, from Japan. We relay the estimate provided to us from the spring manufacturer for delivery. As you may understand, these estimates can be further delayed by port authority or labor issues (local port strikes throughout 2021 for example as we have experiences) and we definitely share in your frustration.

    If delays occur out of our control, we can only relay them to you at best. However, we do try to keep our customers updated as you have agreed, keeping a line of communication open, even when it may seem repetitive at times. 2021 was a very unpredictable year and we hope you can recognize this. We appreciate your thoughts on quality, which is the goal in addition to the best customer experience given the circumstances. We hope you will appreciate the effort in getting you this product nonetheless, and enjoy your use of the M-Spec coilover kit as it sounds like you will. Thank you.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    100%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    A
    Anonymous (Yakima, US)
    What is a Lead Time?

    I'd like to think I'm not an unreasonable person; that I'm not a rude person. I like to give credit where it's due, so I will start with the good. The quality of the parts are excellent. The product itself meets the standards expected. Sales responds fairly consistently within 24 hours to emails. Sales responses are polite, have good spelling, and grammar. Trust me this is a good thing worth noting (if you haven't had to deal with deciphering broken language consider yourself blessed). I was given a t-shirt for the first delay. Quick response on return shipping damaged parts, return shipping label was provided.

    Instead of listing the negative things I'm going to history dump, and let you decide. Everyone I've talked to says I'm being too generous, but I don't like to work off of my personal anecdote alone.

    A long time ago, back when I was but a wee hopeful young'un. Okay it's more like some 37 weeks ago, but who's counting. The estimated lead time was 4-6 weeks back then. At time of review it now reads 6-8, both of these are incorrect. Lead time is closer to 15-19 weeks, ask me how I know. I have no issues with long lead times, just tell me up front.

    Initially I wait the 6 weeks before requesting an update. I asked because me and the crew were brimming with excitement to see Midship's high quality and get to turning bolts. Midship says parts will be ready in about two weeks.

    Four weeks go by. I poke sales again: says they'll ship out in a couple days, here is a tracking number to show it's really going to be on the way.

    Two weeks later the tracking never updates and UPS says they never got a package, I email again. Oops Midship didn't have all the coils they needed but "rest assured" it'll ship out tomorrow.

    One week later and I'm asking for an update since tracking still hasn't updated: Oops we lied, we still didn't have all the parts when we said that they'd ship last week. We have them now and it'll ship tomorrow.

    They actually ship next business day.

    Parts arrive a week later. They're damaged. I do not hold the damage against Midship Garage, my local delivery drivers severely mishandle packages all the time. Could the parts have had more packaging? Maybe. They had proportionally more the 2nd time than the first. The response to return the damaged parts was quick and handled well. I send the damaged parts back same day the shipping label is emailed.

    One week later and the parts have tracked as delivered.

    Sales is silent for 6 weeks. The silence is broken by me. Sales says parts still being worked on, incomplete parts are coming in with next shipment coming this week will send update when they're completed powder coating.

    Another 6 weeks later and I ask again. Incomplete parts are coming in with next shipment coming this week.
    That sounds oddly familiar.
    This is the moment I gave up. I don't want to deal with them anymore. I won't believe Midship Garage's word anymore. That bridge is broken and I'm just obtuse and stubborn enough to prevent it from ever being repaired.
    My crew advised I look into what it would take to charge back the order or ask for a refund while talking with my bank about my options if it were to turn for the worse. I'm honestly too disappointed to even bother at the time.

    Another month passes and it's a new year; holidays have helped and I've forgotten about the coilovers. Midship contacts me with an update. Replacement parts are in powder coating, estimating it'll be done in one week. No it wont, stop saying that.

    10 days later and I begin writing the email to request a refund while on break at work. I don't finish the email but plan to while on lunch. Lunch rolls around and Midship actually sends me a tracking number. I finish typing my refund request and save it as a draft. I have no faith the parts will ship, but I've already waited 33 weeks, what's one more week. If the tracking doesn't update within a week like last time I'll just send the request for refund email.

    Two business days later tracking updates as package received by USPS.

    One week after that the replacement parts arrived.

    I'd like to say I was shocked there wasn't another delay, but I just don't care. Next time I'd rather go out into the woods to chop down a tree with my face and process the lumber into the vague shape of coilovers.

    Will I ever shop with Midship Garage again? No.
    If the coilovers break while under warranty will I contact Midship? No.
    Will I wear the t-shirt? No.

    TLDR: I got politely dicked around and lied to by sales for 34 weeks and got a t-shirt for my patience. t-shirt / 5, would rather pulverize trees with face.

    Hello,

    Thank you for your feedback. We can guess your order, based on the circumstance and have extended our best apology for the delay. Unfortunately and perhaps to your surprise, Midship Garage is not in control of the import delays of raw parts which comprise the M-Spec kit. In this case, we were also bewildered at how long the parts took to arrive through customs. We are considering options to mitigate these lead times in future.

    This was an overwhelming issue ahead of your order, with the global pandemic and supply chain still very much affected as a result. We list our lead times as estimates for this reason which are generally upheld. Unfortunately, there are extreme situations as you have experienced. During production, we are also on wait for spring arrival, from Japan. We relay the estimate provided to us from the spring manufacturer for delivery. As you may understand, these estimates can be further delayed by port authority or labor issues (local port strikes throughout 2021 for example as we have experiences) and we definitely share in your frustration.

    If delays occur out of our control, we can only relay them to you at best. However, we do try to keep our customers updated as you have agreed, keeping a line of communication open, even when it may seem repetitive at times. 2021 was a very unpredictable year and we hope you can recognize this. We appreciate your thoughts on quality, which is the goal in addition to the best customer experience given the circumstances. We hope you will appreciate the effort in getting you this product nonetheless, and enjoy your use of the M-Spec coilover kit as it sounds like you will. Thank you.