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Have a few hundred miles on my new RoadsterSport ND Springs and am absolutely in love. Best recommendation yet by Good-win-racing.
Now I am wondering if they would be significantly better with the Koni Sport Shocks versus my stock Bilstein shocks? I know the spring description says that they would be ideally used with the Koni shock, but I am curious if you think it is a big enough difference to warrant the extra cost?
On a side note, is the $164 for the Koni Sport Shock for the pair? Maybe stupid question but I didn't see any indication on the site and just wanted to double check.
Thanks in advance.
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Honestly, if you are in love with the combo of our RoadsterSport Springs and the Bilstein shocks then I see no reason to change. Adding the KONI would lower you another half inch, give you more control over balance front to rear, and ride. But if you love the balance and ride with the combo already in the car, then I am not sure much upside for you in the expense of the change and I would drive it and have a blast...and perhaps come back to this question when the Bilsteins wear out (about 40,000 miles).
The koni shocks are priced per shock.
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