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2007 Mazda 3 Shocks & Struts

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Bilstein B4 Touring Class Struts

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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Mazda 3 2007

Reviewed By Brian W (OAKFIELD, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Mazda 3 —2/26/2015 4:18 AM

overall a decent improvement over OEM. better handling, stiffer ride, better suited for lowering and heavier wheels in my opinion these are have a bit stiffer ride than OEM. (not sure i can quantify that) i've used these on other cars and had 80K+ miles with no issues

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KONI Sport Yellow Shocks & Struts Reviews

For $520 delivered with adjustable dampening...not bad.

Reviewed By Alexi B (Hyattsville, MD) Reviewed for a 2007 Mazda 3 —5/25/2012 8:30 AM

They do transmit more noise into the cabin of my 2007 Mazdaspeed 3, but the adjustable dampening is the best part. Removes some/most of the "floatiness" of the original suspension. Note however that the rears require REMOVAL to be adjusted. VERY VERY inconvenient. It takes an hour to least! So its only useful if you have the tools and ability. Otherwise the rear adjustment is worthless, as paying someone will cost you $100s per adjustment. Also the adjustments on the rears are only made by vague TURNS of the shock. IF you dont CAREFULLY note how many turns you made you could re-adjust incorrectly and you wont know until you drive and test. The fronts are easy to adjust...10 seconds per side! But again, no # markings or clicks to know how far you have adjusted. If youre willing to remove and replace the rears each time you want to adjust, then I recommend them. Better than a nonadjustable shock that leave you zero ability to soften or harden ride quality.

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