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Koni STR.T Street Strut
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STR.T Street Strut

Premium, Performance Street, Autocross/Track
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  • Front
  • Housing: Shock Housing
  • Non Adjustable
  • Manufacturer Part #: 8050-1011
  • Note: Front fitment. Non-adjustable twin-tube low pressure gas design.
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  • Rear
  • Housing: Shock Housing
  • Non Adjustable
  • Manufacturer Part #: 8050-1016
  • Note: Rear fitment. Non-adjustable twin-tube low pressure gas design.
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Ratings & Reviews Koni STR.T Street Strut

CONSUMER REVIEWS
Average Rating:
Not Yet Rated
  • Vehicle:
    1999 Mazda Miata
    4
    • Miles Driven on Product:
      100
      Shocks:
      Koni STR.T Street Strut
    • Vehicle Miles:
      52,000
      Spring:
      Eibach Pro-Kit Spring Set
    • Location:
      Agoura Hills, CA
      Chassis Products:
      Eibach Anti-Roll Kit
    • Driving Style:
      Average
      Coil-Over:
      N/A
    • Driving Conditions:
      Combined Highway/City
    January 14, 2010
    Not a lot of miles yet, but pleased so far. Track day at Buttonwillow this weekend. Will update later.
  • Vehicle:
    1997 Honda Civic LX Sedan
    5
    • Miles Driven on Product:
      1,000
      Shocks:
      Koni STR.T Street Strut
    • Vehicle Miles:
      117,000
      Spring:
      H&R OE Sport Spring Set
    • Location:
      Houston, TX
      Chassis Products:
      N/A
    • Driving Style:
      Spirited
      Coil-Over:
      N/A
    • Driving Conditions:
      Mostly City
    October 07, 2009
    My original struts were worn out. Since it was time to replace them, I wanted a sportier set-up without the "slammed" look. Also, since the streets fill with water when it rains hard, the last thing I need is to have the car much lower. This combination is a vast improvement- even over the as-new original setup. Cornering is much flatter, wallowing is non-existant, nose-dive and rear-squat have been drastically reduced - all while keeping a decent ride and plently of suspension travel for large bumps/potholes or when the car/trunk is full of people/stuff. Since my Civic is the LX, there is no rear anti-sway bar so I don''t think I''d see the benefit from going lower without making the control arm swap necessary to install a rear sway bar anyway. Overall, I am very pleased with the ride/handling tradeoff this suspension setup provides me for my daily driver. If I was into racing/auto-crossing, then that would be different, but then again, I''d modify a different car if that was the case....

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