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    #16
    The Koni's have a nice soft "cushy" feel for like small potholes and gravel, things like that. But they also firm up nicely like the Bilstiens do. I would go Koni all the way, and I would reiterate that you get the yellows or reds if you can afford them

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      #17
      Originally posted by adjmcloon View Post
      The Koni's have a nice soft "cushy" feel for like small potholes and gravel, things like that. But they also firm up nicely like the Bilstiens do. I would go Koni all the way, and I would reiterate that you get the yellows or reds if you can afford them
      Looks like the yellows for the IX are 607 shipped on Koni NA website. Not amazing, but not terrible. Bilstein HD with springs on Turner for like 650 for the set. That's just an idea of price difference, but if it's worth it and I won't regret it I'm OK with it.

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        #18
        https://groundcontrolstore.com/colle...-length-struts

        If your going with a GC isnt this a pretty good deal? I was under the assumption they did something to these Konis to make them more ideal for the E30.

        91' 318is 90' 325is

        Originally posted by Sonny
        Buy the E30s, they ain't gonna last long
        E30 can make you, E30 can break you
        "He who controls the Nova's, controls the Boomers"

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          #19
          Probably, but mine being an IX I'm sure it's different.

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