- Vehicle Fitment
BC Racing BR Series Coilovers for the 2009-2020 Nissan 370Z (Z34) offer the most affordable entry into coilover suspension without sacrificing performance, comfort, build quality, vehicle height, or handling. This is done by extensively testing each vehicle, then refining the coilover characteristics as many times as needed to ensure the most well-balanced and affordable aftermarket suspension conceivable.
BC Racing takes great pride in choosing spring rates for our off-the-shelf kits that strike the perfect balance between comfort and performance so you're never stuck with an oversprung suspension like many other brands sell. BC Racing offers one of the widest ranges of damping adjustment with 30-clicks of compression/rebound adjusted simultaneously on the BR Series.
With meticulously chosen spring rates, damper valving, and one of the widest adjustment ranges in the industry, you can't go wrong with the BC Racing BR Series Coilover System. BC Racing BR Series is the most popular coilover option from BC Racing.
- Highly customizable
- Mono-tube shock design
- Linear piston and damping curve
- Height adjustment independent of spring compression
- 30-clicks of simultaneous compression/rebound adjustment
- Front camber plates standard on applicable kits
- Rear camber plates available for applicable kits
- Custom spring rates and Swift Springs available
- Custom valving or valving paired for custom spring rates
- 2 year warranty against manufacturing defects
- Fully rebuildable
Please note that not all vehicles can use camber plates in the front and/or rear. Most vehicles will have top mounts included, but some will reuse OEM upper mounts.
|Part Name||BR Series Coilovers|
|Vehicle||2009-2020 Nissan 370Z|
|Front Springs (kg/mm)||62-200-10kg|
|Rear Springs (kg/mm)||62-200-5kg|
|Front Swift Springs (kg/mm)||62-203-X|
|Rear Swift Springs (kg/mm)||62-203-X|
|Front Camber Plates||Not Included|
|Rear Camber Plates||Not Included|
|Note 1||True Rear Coilover|
- 2009 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2010 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2011 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2012 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2013 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2014 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2015 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2016 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2017 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2018 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2019 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
- 2020 Nissan 370Z (Z34)
In-Stock Products: 1-3 business days
Products that are in-stock and do not require customization ship the same business day if ordered before 2pm ET. Orders placed after 2pm ET will ship the following business day.
Out of Stock: About 3-4 weeks
If an item is out of stock, the average lead time is 3-4 weeks before shipping.
Custom Builds: About 3-4 weeks
Custom builds include any combination of the following options:
- Custom spring rates
- Extreme Low
- Swift Springs
- DS Series
- ER Series
- HM Series
- RM Series
- ZR Series
Custom spring rates are available at no additional cost. Rates up to 20K are available in both BC Racing springs and Swift Springs. Rates ranging from 20K to 40K will require Swift Springs.
Transit Time: 1-6 days
All BC Racing Coilovers ship UPS Ground from BC Racing North America located in Oviedo, FL. The map below shows the average time it takes for the shipment to arrive at its destination.
- All prices, specs, fitment, and drop are subject to change without notice
- All kits are 2WD unless specified AWD
- Notes regarding electronic damping (EDC, DDS, etc.) pertain to physical fitment only. BC Racing kits DO NOT interface w/ OEM electronic damping control systems.
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what are the swift springs for ? i have a '16 370z and not sure if these are necessary or not.
They are not necessary. They're just a better quality spring. http://www.swiftsprings.com
Would a 11k front , 9k rear spring rate on standard springs, be considered custome and the lead time would be 2-4 weeks before shipping?
Yes, any rates other than the ones that come standard (10k front/8k rear) will have to be custom built and take about 3-4 weeks to ship right now.
Hello, I was wondering how close to stock ride height could i adjust these coilovers? Are other suspension components necessary for this install like camber arms, control arms, etc.? thanks!
It varies per vehicle but these coilovers aren't made to keep the car at stock height. BC Racing states the average range of lowering is from 1 to 3 inches. The additional suspension arms depend on your drop and desired alignment.
For a 09 370Z, do they come with camber plate for the front?
Camber plates aren’t available for this vehicle due to the suspension design.
what is the maximum low br series coilovers go in the rear for z34
The standard drop is 1-3 inches on average, and extreme is 2-4 inches. This does vary per vehicle though and is an estimate.