06-19-2013, 12:23 PM
Performance Suspension Guru
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Richmond VA
My Ride: 03 331Ci 5spd R1200R
| Keep them the SAME, do not use a different front strut.
I can understand your statement about cost/price, but I Don't understand what you mean by "Harsh". Let me explain it like this, the Koni Sports (front) are Adjustable, the softest setting is soft (A little firmer than OE), while the hardest setting will be very firm.
The point I'm making is they are Adjustable, so if you think they feel "harsh", soften them up.
So save up & buy two (2) front Koni Sport struts.
Koni Sports Left - 8741 1390LSpor
Koni Sports Right - 8741 1390RSpor
Retail Price: $640.00
KONI online Price: $480.00
KONI Sale Price: $384.00 per pair
http://www.ajusa.com/KONI-8741-1390L...FYWi4AodWwcA8w $168.42 Shipped
http://www.ajusa.com/KONI-8741-1390R...ly-abef6d.html $168.42 Shipped
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Nitrous is a little trickier than boost, but it's not the spray that kills motors, it's STUPIDITY!!
Last edited by Rob43; 06-19-2013 at 12:32 PM.