Their business is to sell suspension, not having the precise picture on the page - just because the picture is different, doesn't mean you are going to get the wrong part - and the converse is also (maybe true) - Just because the picture is right doesn't guarantee you get the right part... So don't let that be your deciding factor. If you get the wrong thing, then send it back.
Anyway - axle weights are to do with witch engine/gearbox you have in - the diesels are heavier than the T-Jet 1.4 and the Multi-Air , so is the TCT.
If you get the 1000kg ones for the 875cc - your nose will be too high or if you get the 900kg ones with a diesel and TCT gearbox your nose will be too low
I was just replying to "tim0172"
im fully aware what you mean regarding pictures, thats not why i cancelled my order.
I ordered "Novitec/KW type 3" but the performa said type 1 and the order number was incorrect, so why risk it
Also my plan was to choose from Novitec or KW. honestly they arent the same.
After reading some about the Novitec suspension and after finding a thread i, my self started a few years ago regarding Novitec v2 for my 156, its wasnt the exact same setup. Im not saying they are different or same for the Mito but still.
My plan from beginning was to choose Bilstein B14, but since they arent made in stainless steel thats no option anymore. Other than that i don't want to buy a setup now and have it changed again, previous owner bought TA-Technix which are really cheap and not even worth the money, i've had springs changed once and they are still crap.
KW V2 was my first option but then again they arent fully adjustable and thats why im choosing KW V3. sure might be a waste of money according to some but the MiTo is my everyday car so, yeah i think its worth it.