Reviewed By Chad A (Renton, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chrysler 300 —7/14/2015 8:50 PM
The kit is pretty good, one spring I received was very weak and the car sits very lopsided. Had to lower the other side by a substantial amount to get it level.
Reviewed By Corey C (SMYRNA, TN) Reviewed for a 2007 Volkswagen GTI —7/4/2015 10:49 PM
Spent 16 hours under my MKV GTI on a lift installing these with the Eibach Pro Kit springs and Eibach Sway Bars and Whiteline Endlinks. All great quality and stiffened up my ride while the FSDs kept me comfortable as well as tI'd to the road aND tight around be ds aND corners. Hitting an on ramp, you feel them tighten up as those lateral Gs start to rip your face off but they hold.The FSDs really are amazing and they are a steal on this site. If AutoEverything doesn't have it, you don't need it!
Reviewed By Caleb D (COLD SPRGS HIGHLAND HTS, KY) Reviewed for a 2007 Mazda 3 —5/15/2015 7:01 AM
Excellent quality and obviously better than OEM. Got them on sale and i've been very pleased with them. Weird how until after I replaced the front struts I didn't realize that the back shocks were going bad. It makes a big difference.
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