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ab_mach1 03-15-2019 08:37 PM

Bilstein vs Koni Yellow vs MM shocks/struts
 
Has anyone gone from from a Koni Yellow to a Bilstein or a Max Motorsports shocks/struts or vise-versa? I'm trying to decide on a high quality shock and strut setup and am wondering how much of a difference there even is between these? I suppose you could through the Tokico D specs in this group too.

Grabber Blue5.0 03-16-2019 05:00 AM

How about the Strange adjustables?

ab_mach1 03-16-2019 07:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Grabber Blue5.0 (Post 4261726407)
How about the Strange adjustables?


I always figured they were more for drag racing. Is that not really the case?

Grabber Blue5.0 03-17-2019 03:45 AM

They can be set up for drag racing, road racing, or just the street.

audioAl 03-17-2019 04:26 AM

Coastal bend Mustangs of Texas
 
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I recently lowered my pony 1.5" front & 1.1" w/progressive springs using the oem struts & shocks. The ride is a little rough but, after 10,000 miles the oem's are still ok. I'm buying a driveshaft 1 piece & let the pony wait until July to go to FR track shocks or Bilstein if I can get the rears.

ab_mach1 03-18-2019 09:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Grabber Blue5.0 (Post 4261726423)
They can be set up for drag racing, road racing, or just the street.


I’ll definitely check them out as well. I didn’t realize they had a broad application.

ab_mach1 03-18-2019 09:43 AM

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Originally Posted by audioAl (Post 4261726425)
I recently lowered my pony 1.5" front & 1.1" w/progressive springs using the oem struts & shocks. The ride is a little rough but, after 10,000 miles the oem's are still ok. I'm buying a driveshaft 1 piece & let the pony wait until July to go to FR track shocks or Bilstein if I can get the rears.


Mine had over 50k miles when I got my lowering springs. My OEM dampers were shot already lol. I currently have Koni STR.T all around and they aren’t terrible, but they are pretty much the cheapest you can go with aside from trying to pickup something OEM-like.


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