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While supply lasts, a killer deal on the number 1 shock upgrade!

KONI Sport Shock with adjustable height - Front

KONI Sport Shock with adjustable height- Rear



NEW for 2019 is Koni's widely popular Sport shock for Fiat 124 and MX5 now with three spring perch heights for ride height adjustment. This has been a signature feature of Koni shocks for earlier cars and so we worked with Koni to bring this feature now to the ND and 124 platform. Price is per shock.
Perch 1: OE factory height
Perch 2: lowers 20mm with factory springs for both Abarth and Base models
Perch 3: lowers 30mm with factory springs for both Abarth and Base models

KONI has a long-standing reputation in racing circles as a manufacturer of high performance, top quality shocks and struts. KONI uses superior materials in the manufacture of their components to ensure significantly improved handling and excellent durability. Designed specifically for this application, these externally adjustable shocks will improve the handling performance of your car!

INSTALL NOTE: Shock Rod is 12mm, stock bump-stop washer is 10mm, so you need to drill out the factory bump-stop washers slightly for install.
 

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On a scale from 1-10 (1 - two left hands, 10 - master mechanic), what skill level does it take to install new shocks? And approx. what would a professional install cost?

Thx, S
 

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On a scale from 1-10 (1 - two left hands, 10 - master mechanic), what skill level does it take to install new shocks? And approx. what would a professional install cost?

Thx, S
if you have never worked on suspension before I would recommend having it done professionally. The springs carry a lot of energy under tension and if you don’t have the right tools or experience to take them apart it is very dangerous.
If you are fairly mechanically inclined you can remove the shocks and take them to your local mechanics shop and have them swap the springs for a small fee. Then reinstall them in reverse order.
 
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