Megan Racing's full lineup of complete coilover systems for the FR-S and BRZ are all now available and in stock. Megan Racing has 3 different coilover systems for your FR-S / BRZ, depending on exactly how much you want your handling increased, and how stiff of a ride you want (or can live with). ALL the Megan Racing Coilovers listed here feature a sturdy montube shock design and come with all necessary hardware, including Front End Links (where the front sway bar attaches).
The most inexpensive model of coilovers for the FR-S and BRZ is the Megan EZ Street Series Coilovers. These coilovers sell for only $688, and are designed for the budget minded FR-S or BRZ owner who will primarily be using their car on the street and wants a lowered vehicle with better handling, but not a stiff ride. These coilovers feature 15 levels of shock dampening adjustments, and conservative spring rates of 6 kg/mm for the front and 4 kg/mm for the rear. More info and a picture of the Megan EZ Street Series Coilovers for the FR-S and BRZ:
2013 Scion FR-S Megan Racing EZ Street Series Full Coilovers
The next level up is the Megan Street Series Coilovers, which sell for $878. These are actually quite a big jump up from the EZ Streets, as they feature 32 levels of shock dampening adjustments, Pillow-Ball Front Upper Mounts (with built-in camber adjustment), and fairly aggressive spring rates of 8 kg/mm for the front and 6 kg/mm for the rear. In general, these are the coilovers I would recommend for owners who will be doing a lot of performance driving on mountain roads or occasionally on the track. Here is the link for more info and a picture:
2013 Scion FR-S Megan Racing Street Series Full Coilovers
And finally, the most aggressive Megan coilover system for the FR-S and BRZ: the Track Series Coilovers, which also sell for $878. Like the Street Series Coilovers, the Megan Track Series Coilovers have 32 levels of dampening adjustments and Pillow-Ball Front Upper Mounts (with built-in camber adjustment), but the spring rates have been increased to 10 kg/mm in the front and 8 kg/mm in the rear. Although some may find this to be a little on the stiff side in terms of ride comfort, the increase in handling will be significant, and I definitely recommend this coilover system to anyone who plans on tracking their FR-S or BRZ a decent amount. More info and a picture here:
2013 Scion FR-S Megan Racing Track Series Full Coilovers