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I have the racing beat set up for about 40k miles now with the oem shocks. I am sure the shocks are gone, because of the bouncesiness on the car. I am thinking of just replacing the shocks with oem again, since the ride still smooth and the prices are not really bad either. On masdasport.com is like $44 for the rear and $71 for the front. My infiniti's are twice the amount.
 

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Koni's. Set them to full soft. They're incredible. Even Racing Beat recommends you match their springs with Koni's.
 

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This is the setup that I have been with since April, and overall I have been happy. I don't have the time or the place, as I once did, to be tweaking a coilover setup the way your surpose to until its perfect for you and the area you drive. The Koni and RB setup is like plug and play.
 

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Yalp, Koni's are great. I currently have springs 2 to 3 times stiffer than the racing beats and the Koni's on full soft front, 1/2 off soft rear. Even with that, the ride is very controlled and a little bit more stiff than stock but not by much.
 

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Yalp, Koni's are great. I currently have springs 2 to 3 times stiffer than the racing beats and the Koni's on full soft front, 1/2 off soft rear. Even with that, the ride is very controlled and a little bit more stiff than stock but not by much.
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where can i get the knoi and how is the installation.
 
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