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Old 10-17-2004, 09:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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installed for 14 months now (mated with H&R sport springs). much improved handling. There's a dispute about the shocks softening quickly after installation, well, they do. Not terribly, however. I have gone ahead and set all for corners to the stiffest setting. It's pretty damn stiff, but in the first months it was too stiff for city streets. (Maybe I've just devolped calouses on my kidneys. who knows.)
They're a good buy. If I could have afforded it, though, Koni yellows would have probably been a better investment.
no regrets.
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the wearing in issue for shocks is a harsh reality that applies to virtually any shock. this includes full coilovers as well. shaft wear itself is inevitable due to unlimited factors. unfortunately yellows are fairly more pricey but provide a stiffer rating; great for track days. but for those of us who drive our cars daily, the agx's or tokico's (even blues) are a great cost effective alternative. fair post, icarus.
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