If you're like most tuning enthusiasts, you’ve probably made some modifications to the suspension on your ride already. Ride height, control, handling, and road feel matter to performance enthusiasts, and it’s possible you’ve already got a B12 ProLine or Sportline Bilstein Suspension Kit installed on your vehicle. The B14 Suspension Kit is the next logical step for drivers interested in taking their ride from street racing level to into the realms of motorsport. Here’s why you want a Bilstein B14 Suspension kit for your ride.
There’s a few reasons to upgrade to the B14, but they all come down to the same thing: performance. Unlike the B12 kits, B14 kits offer a greater flexibility of ride height for a lifted all-terrain ride and a super-low track-day ride. Additionally, B14 Suspension Kits offer a more connected road feel and superior customizable ride and handling. Let’s examine the specs to better understand all the advantages of a B14 Suspension Kit.
Go lower or higher than ever before without sacrificing performance or road feel. The B14 has exceptional flexibility for a street performance suspension kit, and the design has been torture tested in the extreme conditions of motorsport road testing to create this peak performance regardless of configuration.
Prefer the smoother, rail-like glide of a twin-tube gas pressure suspension? Bilstein has you covered. Want the wilder, stronger road feel of a monotube gas pressure suspension? The B14 can do that, too.
Need to tweak your suspension before tackling a new stretch of road or a new club track? All you need is the right hand tools and a few minutes to alter your front and rear suspension height.
A Bilstein specialty, Triple-C Tech is a superior performance triple-layer coating to protect your suspension tubes and springs from rust and grit. Even after 600+ hours in a salt spray chamber, the Triple-C Technology coating remained unaffected. Layer 1 is a zinc alloy providing excellent adhesion and corrosion protection, Layer 2 is a complete sealing of Layer 1’s zinc base, and Layer 3 is added to provide ultimate protection from mechanical wear and corrosion damage.
Are you ready to get maximum street performance for your ride? Replace your street or factory suspension kit with a Bilstein B14 Suspension Kit, and get ready to experience the smooth and powerful handling that has become a Bilstein trademark for over sixty years.
Porsche is a German car manufacturer specialising in high-performance, prestige sedans, sports cars, and SUVs. Porsche has its base in Stuttgart, and is under the Volkswagen AG umbrella, which itself is largely owned by Porsche Automobil Holding SE.
Porsche's models today include the 911, 718 Boxster/Cayman, Macan, Panamera and Cayenne.
In 1982, Porsche’s 956 became the most successful sports car at that time. By 1985, the brand had launched the 959 complete with latest cutting-edge technology. Despite the fact that only a very limited number of this model was built, it still became the first sports car to win at the Paris Dakar. 1988 then saw the release of the Porsche 911 Carrera 4, followed in ’89 by the second-generation Carrera which was the first model to utilise the tiptronic transmission (both automatic and manual). In 1993, Porsche marketed its Boxter concept car at the Detroit Auto Show to huge success, followed two years afterwards by the new 911 Turbo with its bi-turbo engine.
Towards the end of the 1990s, a water-cooled engine version of the 911 came out and production of the Boxter commenced. By 2014, Porsche is said to have sold 42,323 vehicles overall.
The Porsche Cayenne is a medium sized luxury crossover SUV manufactured since 2002. It’s the first Porsche with a V8-engine since 1995, when the Porsche 928 ceased production. Plus it’s Porsche's first four door off roader since its Junior and Super tractors of the ‘50s.
The Cayenne shares its chassis, electronics and doors with the almost identical Audi Q7 and Volkswagen Touareg. A facelift took place in 2014 with some small external upgrades, and unveiled a new plug-in E-Hybrid version at the Paris Motor Show the same year.
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