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Old 09-18-2019, 02:31 AM   #1
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koni sport struts and shocks (yellow adjust)

I have to change the shock and struts of the s197. It still has the stock and in road curves with bad asphalt bounces off the car. I was thinking on koni sport (I find them in Spain for the same price as in the USA, specific for the Mustang S197) and I will not change springs to lower it, since this involves changing the rear suspension arms and the panhard bar for an adjustable, and it is worse, adjust it again ... what do you think of these koni ?, I have the bilstein B6 in my BMW and I am very happy with them after 60K miles, but I can not find in Europe for S197.
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I have them on my car and they are very Firm even on the softer setting. My car is also leveled with Vogtland Springs and they are stiffer than stock. Car acts like it is on rails and is way over 1G before it breaks traction in the turns.
By The Way, changed the Panhard bar set it once and that's it
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Koni yellows are very good.
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thks for your answer....
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