KW Update and Refurbishing Service for our S13 Drift Grip Project Car!

Everything is tightened down.

This spanner is used to set the torque.

This needle valve controls the low-speed compression damping.

The needle valve is set in place.

This is the low-speed adjuster shaft.

It goes right in place as so.


  1. What’s always interesting is seeing how different KW’s valve design philosophy is compared to the Bilstein/Ohlins/Penske/etc deflective disc pistons… but obviously it works, and works well. Cool that they’re doing rebuilds in-country too, thank you for sharing all of this.

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