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- Your KONI Sport Yellow Shocks & Struts are an essential street performance upgrade
- Custom damping and valving designed for your specific vehicle
- Re-buildable for custom suspension setups
- Fully-adjustable to fit with any lowering springs
- Delivers considerable improvements in handling and control
- KONI shocks & struts are sold individually
- Your KONI Sport Yellow Shocks & Struts come with a Lifetime Warranty
Let your suspension live up to its full, tire-squealing potential with new KONI Sport Yellow Shocks & Struts. Fully-adjustable, your KONI Sport Yellows are designed to give your ride precision handling with a practical amount of comfort. Not to mention, a clean, bright yellow look that’s guaranteed to turn heads.
Created for sport-tuned driving, KONI custom builds Sport Yellow shocks & struts with high-performance damping and valving specific to your road racer. User-friendly KONl Sport Shocks are easily adjusted for maximizing performance on-the-go.
KONI Sport Yellow Shocks & Struts are the ultimate upgrade to your stock suspension system – allowing you to take twists and turns faster and tighter with extreme control. Your KONI Sport Yellow Shocks & Struts carry a Lifetime Warranty.
KONI Sport Yellow Shocks & Struts Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Leonard. V B (INDIO, CA) Reviewed for a 1993 Honda Civic — Nov 13, 2015 6:15 PM
Bought these to replace oem fronts, construction seems fine but missing bottom piece to bolt on brake lines, have to take off from oem struts to make the yellows fit. So far thats my only problem...
Reviewed by Mark P (Oro Valley, AZ) Reviewed for a 2004 Pontiac GTO — Sep 08, 2015 7:20 AM
In combination with Eibach sport lowering springs, the front Konig yellow shocks work great on the lowest setting (least firm), but the back shocks allowed too much travel and had the car BUCKING LIKE A BRONCO, no mater how soft or firm I adjusted them. I kept the stock shocks in the rear and added inexpensive drag bags (less than $100.00), which firmed up the ride nicely in combination with the front Konigs. Nonetheless, if I had the money, I would go with coilovers.
Reviewed by Michael C (SALIDA, CO) Reviewed for a 2001 GMC Sierra — Aug 25, 2015 8:48 PM
I replaced a set of original BMW struts/shocks on a 125,000 mile Z3 with these Koni's and just love them. I have been using Koni's since my first set on a 66 Chevy and continue to buy them and have never had a problem. They do have a lifetime guarantee and are made in Holland and not China so they are my first choice.
Reviewed by Jeff Y (Houston, TX) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Camaro — Jul 22, 2015 2:21 PM
I can't rate the Koni Sport (yellow) shocks & struts purely on their own merit, because at the same time I replaced the shocks & struts, I also installed H&R springs (112K mi). I bought the car from its original owner (my brother), & it came w/the Bilstein suspension. Before I picked it up, he installed Eibach Sport springs. The Eibachs lowered it more than the H&Rs do, but the ride was intolerable - too stiff, too "jittery". With the new Konis and H&R springs, it rides & handles PERFECTLY.