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KONI vs. Eibach: Which Suspension Parts are the Best?

The Benefits of KONI Suspension Parts

The Benefits of Eibach Suspension Parts

Is KONI or Eibach Best for Your Ride?

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KONI Sport Yellow Shocks KONI STR.T Orange Shocks Eibach Pro Damper Shock Absorbers Eibach Pro Street Coil-Over Shocks

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From $296.95 /kit


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Finish

Yellow


Orange


Black


Polished


Recommended Use

Race-Inspired Performance



Race-Inspired Performance


Race-Inspired Performance


Style

Coilover


Tube


Coilover


Tube


Tube


Coilover


Warranty

Lifetime Warranty


Lifetime Warranty


1,000,000-mile warranty


1,000,000-mile warranty


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KONI & Eibach Customer Reviews

Koni's rep is definitely deserved

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Reviewed by Christopher P (Ft. Pierce, FL Reviewed for a 2006 Pontiac GTO—2011-02-05 09:09:15

After much research on what shocks to get for my 2006 GTO, it seemed that the Koni shocks were the clear choice. They live up to there rep as being a high quality product. I would recommend these shock to anyone. I haven't messed with the adjustability of these yet, just set on the "softest" setting, which is a firm but smooth ride.

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Relieved by how good they are!

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Reviewed by Jeff S (, Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Mustang—2012-04-11 18:42:03

I was nervous about putting these on my '11 V6 Convertible because the factory ride was so nice and I didn't want to screw it up. Much to my relief, these springs are a wonderful compromise. Perceptually, the ride feels a little stiffer (maybe 15% - not very much) but the cornering and "nosedive" are MUCH better. On smooth surfaces it rides just as nice as factory, and gets just a little bit bumpy on rough roads - but not enough to make me mind at all.I had a shop install them, which cost 1.5X as much as the springs, but it was still worth it.

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Ask & Answer

Asked by Anonymous A.

6/7/2012 11:43:58 AM

Difference between lowering springs?

Hey. What is the different between Eibach Pro Kit Lowering Springs and Eibach Sportline Lowering Springs. What is the best for 2011 Honda Civic FD model. I want smooth handling with lower looks. Thanks.

Staff Answer

Answered by Elizabeth C. — 6/7/2012 2:57:06 PM

Hello. The Eibach Pro-Kit springs lowers your car, 1.2” in the front and 1.0” in the rear. It’ll give your ride a more level and flat-looking stance and smoother ride compared to the Eibach Sportline springs, while the Eibach Sportline springs will lower your Civic 1.4” front and rear, giving you a slightly tilted, aggressive stance, the ride is a little bit more harsh in comparison to the Eibach Pro-Kit springs. We also offer a couple of other brands such as Tein and B&G Suspension. Thank you.

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Asked by Anthony S.

6/27/2012 1:59:17 PM

2009 toyota camry se 2.4 4cL

I am considering purchasing the Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs for my 2009 camry what kind of Eibach Pro-Alignment Kit do i need? thats if i do need that kit thanks! anthony

Staff Answer

Answered by Elizabeth C. — 6/28/2012 3:32:36 PM

It is always recommended that you use an alignment kit after lowering your car. For your Camry, Eibach has 2 kits, depending on the camber bolt size you need. Eibach Part #5.81270K for 15mm bolts, and Part #5.81290K for 17mm bolts.

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