Shock recommendations? - Failed Konis
fundsaloracing at yahoo.com
Wed May 29 10:19:48 EDT 2002
Did you attempt to get replacements from Koni with
their lifetime warranty? What was the experience like?
--- motogo1 <motogo1 at cox.net> wrote:
> DISCLAIMER...YMMV..:-) I had a set of Koni sports
> w/Eibach's on my 94 S4,
> and after a year (about 20 k miles) they lost a lot
> of their compression
> damping. So much so, I didn't like the handling of
> the car. I changed to
> Bils. The Koni's do have adjustable rebound damping,
> and I know of one
> lister who after the third adjustment, said they
> seemed to stabilize. But,
> you need to remove the shocks to adjust them. I
> think the Bils are a bit
> harsh on initial compression (more than Konis), but
> can't say they have
> gotten any worse.
> Gary Martin
> 94 UrS4
> 91 200 TQA
> > I have heard of Koni sports shocks either wearing
> out or
> > requiring adjustment in 30K miles, but not
> > Does this ring any bells for anyone?
> > Thanks,
> > Martin
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