[Biturbos4] Bilstein Sports or Koni Yellows?

Todd Sager todd at awe-tuning.com
Wed Sep 21 17:18:49 EDT 2005

IIRC, Koni Yellows for the B5 chassis require removal from the vehicle 
to change valving.  Valving change is done by compressing and turning 
the strut shaft.

Obviously, removing the strut from the car to change the valving 
requires quite a bit of labor.

We do not sell Koni and only have installed a handfull on the B5 
chassis, but I am quite sure that they are not adjustable by the twist 
of the knob on either the front or rear.

j.koenig wrote:

>I'm assuming that the Konis are externally adjustable and the Bilsteins aren't, no?  So, 
>if you're talking about ride quality that's a function of shock valving (as opposed to 
>spring rate), wouldn't you have more 'options' with the Konis?
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "r harout" <carrera3_2 at yahoo.com>
>Subject: [Biturbos4] Bilstein Sports or Koni Yellows?
>Now I need to make a choice--Bilstein sports with the
>eibachs or replace the yellows (which seem to be much
>more expensive?)
>$450 for a set of bilsteins (4) and $600 for a set of
>Thoughts suggestions--? Anyone know which one rides
>better, worse? 
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