Created: March 29, 2018
Dramatically improve handling with the Precision Steering Amplifier, which improves suspension geometry by reducing roll center movement in MINI Coopers with stock and modified suspensions. Fits 02-06 R50 MINI Cooper, R53 Cooper S Hatchback, 05-08 R52 MINI Convertibles. Minimum 17" wheels required. (Will fit 16" wheels if the ball joint stud is shortened.)
Created: November 15, 2017
Position, adjust, & secure, your MINI Cooper or MINI Cooper S new front suspension/strut brace with these instructions. This brace will clear the JCW cold air intake. Call Mini Mania now for expert advice! Fits 07-13 R56 MINI Cooper & S Hardtop, 08-14 R55 MINI Cooper & S Clubman, 09-15 R57 MINI Cooper & S Convertible
Created: March 29, 2016
The Mini Cooper Rear Sway Bar or more accurately, the 'rear anti-sway bar' is the rear suspension component that connects between the rear suspension and chassis. Its primary purpose is to reduce the body roll as you enter a corner so your Mini can carry higher speeds through the corner.
Created: March 09, 2016
Mini Cooper Rear Adjustable Control Arms - when you need them, what to look for, and what is available. See why you need rear adjustable
Created: January 22, 2016
Performance Coilover products from KW Automotive for any MINI! For many years, KW automotive GmbH is the epitome for premium products in car tuning and automobile refinement.
Created: January 22, 2016
Mini Cooper Shocks, Struts, or Dampers are critical components of the suspension system designed to keep the tires on the road surface when driving over surface irregularities. Shocks control the compression and rebound while 'smoothing' out the ride.
Created: December 24, 2015
Read about Mini Cooper products from Bilstein. BILSTEIN has been closely associated with high tech in the field of suspension design, driving comfort and safety.
Created: November 12, 2015
Mini Countryman 2 inch Lift Kit Installation Instructions for Mini Cooper, Cooper S, and ALL4 models. Precision machined high quality lift kit made in the USA!
Created: November 25, 2014
MINI Cooper Strut Tower Brace Plates Installation Instructions The combination of MINI's short suspension travel and the inadequate rigidity of the front suspension strut towers make the MINI susceptible to strut tower deformation (also known as 'mushrooming') when hitting severe potholes.
Created: January 28, 2006
Frequently Asked Questions How do I adjust my rear telescopic dampers? There is a knob or a screwdriver adjustment at the bottom of each damper. If you turn the adjuster fully anticlockwise it will be on the lowest setting, then turn the adjuster clockwise - On our newer dampers there will be 28 points of adjustment and on our older dampers 14. You need to count the clicks, as once the maximum damping has been reached, the adjuster will keep turning. Always adjust both dampers an equal number of clicks.
Created: January 31, 2019
If you think your MINI Cooper F56 JCW is simply too harsh for day to day driving, we have a few suggestion that could help. Wheels, tires & shocks will all make a big difference- ask the experts at MiniMania.com
Created: January 10, 2019
Specifications for Camber, caster and toe-in/out for both front and rear suspension of the 2002 thru 2007 BMW Mini Cooper.
Created: March 30, 2016
New cars can benefit from Powerflex bushings because their superior design offers more effective control of the suspension components to a much greater extent than normal rubber items.
Created: June 23, 2015
The MINI Cooper suspension utilizes rubber bushing in both the front and rear control arms. The factory original bushing typically last about 60K miles before you might notice a few clunks and/or squeaks while driving. They are basically used to isolate the different parts from each other and to prevent sound and vibrations coming from the road and tires to travel through the rest of the car. Worn-out front control arm bushing will result in increasing less responsive steering.
Created: December 19, 2014
In a front-wheel drive car, all of the steering and power comes from the front wheels. The usual result is that the typical front-wheel car has a tendency to understeer. If the car is going to fast, or turned too abruptly when entering a corner, the car will push ahead in a straight line, rather than turning to follow the direction of the front wheels. Understeer is what occurs when a car steers less than (under) the amount commanded by the driver. Understeer is a good thing for the average driver turning the average corner, since the car is less likely to swerve or skid, should the driver turn the steering wheel too far or too fast. In fact, even most modern rear-wheel cars are engineered to have a little understeer.
Created: September 25, 2009
Suggested Adjustment Procedure for Road Course Use
Created: September 23, 2009
The 28 Series is a line of mono-tube shocks and struts specifically designed for competition purposes, featuring individual external adjustments for compression and rebound forces.
Created: May 27, 2009
Two suspension components have the most direct effect on ride quality and handling performance, the springs and the shocks. The length and resilience of the springs determines how easily and how far the body will move when the wheels hit a bump or when weight is transferred in acceleration, braking,.
Created: January 22, 2009
Getting the most from your MINI Cooper should include a big dose of understanding the suspension systems and how to upgrade them.