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Performance by KYB

When it comes to suspension systems, only one brand comes to mind, KYB of Japan. 

Developed and engineered from the company’s vast market and motorsports experience, KYB shocks, springs, and mounting kits assure greater durability, structural reliability, and safety. With its stringent research and development program, KYB engineers obtained the most optimal damping characteristics of their products for both on and off-road use. 

Massive parts Incorporated, the local distributor of KYB shock absorbers in the Philippines introduces the New SR Special shock absorber that combines OE comfort with improved damping characteristics. This allows the KYB suspension equipment to enhance the basic performance of any vehicle. Most especially in everyday driving situations we normally encounter such as accelerating, turning and stopping. More importantly, using KYB’s line of shock absorbers will not only make your car perform better, but safer as well.

Gen Leong, the Marketing Manager, of Massiveparts Inc. “Our suspension systems are for those who would like to upgrade their daily drive. This works well with those who like to do long distance driving (like a sports car) on weekends and yet able to drive around in traffic and uneven roads comfortably on a daily basis. Our products such as the new SR, KYB AGX, and K Flex lowering springs offers a comfortable ride, stability, better handling, and cornering plus reduced braking distance. We have fitments for most sedans, compact cars, SUV’s and tuned cars from brands such as Subaru, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Honda, Ford, and Suzuki,” adds Leong. 

For details and inquiries contact Massiveparts Inc., with their address at 2823 Bagac St. Tondo, Manila, telephone numbers (+632) 2534193/  (+632) 2534050 /  (+632) 2534045. Visit their facebook www.facebook.com/KYBPhilippines

Topics: KYB , New SR Special shock absorber , Gen Leong , Massiveparts Inc.
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