Reviewed By Jose N (Washington, NJ) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota MR2 —10/11/2016 4:14 AM
Set these up with kyb struts, much tighter feel...makes lane changes quick, like a go cart..def recommend.
Reviewed By Joe F (Boynton Beach, FL) Reviewed for a 1987 Toyota MR2 —6/26/2016 5:02 AM
THE SHOCKS I ORIGINALLY WANTED WERE OUT OF STOCK,I WAS TOLD. THE SALESPERSON MIKE "DIRECTED ME VERY ENTHUSIASTICALLY " TO KONIS. I AGREED. THEY WERE SUPPOSED TO BE IN STOCK IN PENN. I SPECIFIED COMPLETE UNITS. THREE ARRIVED,JUST CARTRIDGES. I RETURNED THEM VIA FED EX. I WAS TOLD MY REPLACEMENT ORDER OF TOKICO COMPLETE UNITS COULD NOT BE SENT UNTIL THE FOURTH WRONG KONI WAS RECEIVED BY ME AND SENT BACK . THE TOKICO'S WERE NOT COMPLETE UNITS AS SPECIFIED BY ME. BUT THEY ARE IN. KEEP YOUR 10 BUCKS.
Reviewed By Dwight M (CEDAR CREST, NM) Reviewed for a 1985 Toyota MR2 —6/29/2013 7:52 AM
The Mark I Toyota MR2 coupe (looks like a wedge) had very neutral steering and handling in its first incarnation--before safety freaks forced the increase in oversteer in mortal fear of the car spinning out. I never experienced any tendency for the stock car to come around. The ST kit, set on its stiffest settings increases roll resistance by about 33%, for street driving, but maintains the proper balance front-to-rear, so that the original neutral handling is maintained. Congrats ST !!!
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