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    Help me make sure I'm buying the right Koni shocks for my car.

    I have an early model, 04/1987 325i sedan. I've done research and I know that I want H&R Sport springs paired with Koni Single Adjustable shocks. My car is a street cruiser only, auto-x/tracking is not even a consideration. I want ride comfort and looks.

    However, after reading this thread (https://www.r3vlimited.com/board/for...art-s?t=213890) and this thread (https://www.r3vlimited.com/board/for...koni-sa-part-s) I am rather confused and afraid of buying the wrong parts.

    Can someone help me with exactly what part numbers I need, front and back, for an early model sedan 325i?

    #2
    why not just get bilstein sport shocks with the sport springs. low and comfy

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      #3
      I hear the Konis ride better than the Bilsteins. I have no reason to go the cheaper route.

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        #4
        oh alright. just saying since its a proven setup. good luck on your search

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          #5
          Originally posted by irocz0r View Post
          I have no reason to go the cheaper route.
          wut lol. literally the same price
          "Time doesn't heal anything... It just teaches us how to live with the pain." - My Cracked Dashboard

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            #6
            Originally posted by Zambuzan View Post

            wut lol. literally the same price
            That's entirely inaccurate. Bilsteins are $120/$99 front/rear, Konis are $170/$120.

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              #7
              Did you ever find out which Konis to get?

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                #8
                Originally posted by Victell View Post
                Did you ever find out which Konis to get?
                I got 8641 1210Sport

                and
                80 2641Sport

                I haven't put them in yet. Fingers crossed they're the right ones.

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