JeremyL said:i just wanna get some personal feedback from someone who has them,
http://www.clubwrx.net/forums/searc...d=365858&sortby=lastpost&sortorder=descendingGV27 said:Do a search under my usename in this forum, key-word "Koni" for all sorts of info. There might be info in the S&H Tech Ref thread stickied at the top of this forum as well.
Because of 50 bucks?!?WRXSleeper said:damn konis are $650 for wrx, they are $550-600 for hondas.
even more reason to consider full coilovers.
Yeah, he means the sponsorship link under where you click into this forum, or in the sticky at the top of the forum. Please use 'em - they support ClubWRX.net.dorkusmaximus said:I have Konis with Eibachs. It is a night and day difference
I got mine at Tirerack. Just went through the link in the forums. It helps out the site that way too.
yeah i have been doing some searching here find many of you guys aren't into coilovers. i find that surprising since coming from the honda scene, tein SS are becoming the thing to get and for $850 would be a great setup. also my friend has H&R coilovers on his audi it they ride great, much better than my eibach and tockico setup. but from what i am finding out now pricing between honda v. subaru makes it less of an affordable solution, so i probably would stick with another set of pro-kits for the wrx and either koni or kyb struts.GV27 said:Because of 50 bucks?!?
At the Tirerack they're $154 each for the fronts and $142 for the rears for a 2002 Civic. They're $154 all around for the WRX. $24 dollar difference.
Do a search on my username, keyword "coilover" for my opinions.