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We are now Koni Dealers and offering very special prices!!! I believe we are the lowest in the UK on these - please correct me if I am wrong!
I've uploaded the sport kits to our website and will be working on the coilover prices over the next few days also.

As a special offer to you all i'm also offering free carriage on these to members !!!

KONI serves sporting drivers with a carefully designed range of sport shock absorbers and suspension kits with lowering springs. This line focuses on exceptional road-holding and handling properties, combined with an acceptable level of comfort.

These kits will give the car absolutely superb road-holding qualities and the looks of a real sports car. With KONI lowering springs the centre of gravity of the car is lowered. Combined with a firmer suspension this will result in even better steering qualities and reduced body movement.

KONI's product range offers you complete suspension kits consisting of matching springs and dampers. Of course, the lowering is limited to such an extent that the car will still remain suitable for normal street use.
Kit contains:

  • 4 Adjustable SPORTS shock absorbers
  • Most Shock Absorbers are Top Adjustable
  • Perfectly matched Lowered coil spring Kit to ensure superb handling
  • Lowers up to 35mm depending on the model
  • FREE Bump Stop Kit included
  • LIFETIME WARRANTY

Koni Sport Kit Mk4 Golf 1.4, 1.6, 2.0 ?310 +vat
Koni Sport Kit Mk4 Golf 1.8T, 1.9TDI, V5 ?310 +vat
Koni Sport Kit Mk4 Golf 4motion ?298 +vat

Koni Sport Kit Bora 1.8i, 2.0i, 1.9TDI, 1.8T ?310 +vat


 

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How much for some kick ass coilovers Ade for a 1.8TMk4 Golf. Do koni do stainless steel bodies on there coilovers. I have Koni shock on at the moment with Eibach springs and ARBs. will coilovers offer further improvements.

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Personally I found the Koni Coilovers a bit too hard - even on the softest setting, great on a smooth road but they crashed over badly made up roads - like in town centres where it is been dug up a few times.

On a smooth road or motorway they were great. Mind I'm an old git so what would I know.

That is why I swapped mine for an Oettinger Sports set, add to that Eibach uprated ARBs and the car handles well now.

IMHO of course [;)]
 
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