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      12-09-2011, 09:45 PM   #1
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Koni fsd and eibach

Does any one have experience with this how well would it work?I know a lot of people saying koni yellows are pretty good what\'s better?

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Search this forum; plenty of people have reviewed Eibach springs with Koni FSD or sports over the past four years.
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ya seriously need help on that!

Whats the difference between Kony Yellows, and Koni FSD
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Does any one have experience with this how well would it work?I know a lot of people saying koni yellows are pretty good what\'s better?
Your question, sub BMW Perf Yellow springs, & more answered here.

Koni Yellows w/Ground Control's custom valving and more here.

Search will provide more....

It's said Yellows @ 50% are as comfy as FSD's, but no mention of pothole explosion protection yea or nay w/Yellows.
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Koni sports set at any rebound damping adjustment are not even close in comfort to FSD's. The sports are valved stiffer no matter where you set them. I've had both
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Koni sports set at any rebound damping adjustment are not even close in comfort to FSD's. The sports are valved stiffer no matter where you set them. I've had both
Roger that, cvc.

Which do you prefer?
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You need koni Yellows for those eibachs. They are multivalved, and a more stronger shock made specifically for those kinds of springs. Koni FSD's are just fancy monotube gas shocks. The eibach springs will slowly kill the FSD's. You've been warned.
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