NC: PSS-10 vs KW Variant 3

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NC: PSS-10 vs KW Variant 3

Postby RUKnight » Thu Dec 09, 2010 7:58 pm

Any thoughts on how the two compare Brian? I'm concerned about the lack of dust boots on the KW's but the price is a little easier to handle. Also what can what expect in terms of the length of time between needing a rebuild on the KW's

Any comments or other alternatives would be appreciated. It'll be used for the occasional auto-x, HPDE and the backroads
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Re: NC: PSS-10 vs KW Variant 3

Postby Brian » Thu Dec 09, 2010 8:48 pm

The KW product is strong but between these two strong choices I go for the MonoTube design and quality of Bilstein for higher consistency.
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Re: NC: PSS-10 vs KW Variant 3

Postby RUKnight » Sun Dec 12, 2010 4:56 pm

That's what I figured Brian. Any other recommendations in that price range?
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Re: NC: PSS-10 vs KW Variant 3

Postby Brian » Sun Dec 12, 2010 5:24 pm

Nope, in that price range you really can't go wrong with either choice. KW is suddenly popular so our wait time to get kits has been long of late. That might tip me into getting the Bilstein. I used the Bilstein PSS9 kit for many years on our supercharged 99 and was impressed with how much abuse they took....so that would also favor me to the Bilstein choice.
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