This is a complete vehicle set of shocks for your 1990-1997 Mazda Miata. This kit includes two front Koni Sport Shocks, and two rear Koni Sport Shocks. It does not include the springs or hardware associated with the complete shock package. You must use your existing suspension hardware.
KONl Sport struts and shocks are the industry leader for user adjustable damping for daily drivers to weekend warriors. KONl Sport's familiar yellow color has for decades meant superior motion control and adjustability for the discerning driving enthusiast.
This product focuses on exceptional road holding and handling, combined with a reasonable level of driving comfort. They can also be used with spring kits to lower a vehicle up to 35mm.
Many of the Koni Sport dampers are externally adjustable by means of an adjustment knob at the top of the damper. This means you do not have to remove the damper from the vehicle to adjust the rebound forces. This enables you to fine tune the handling & ride to suit your driving style. Dampers without the top adjustable feature can still be adjusted, although they will need to be removed from the vehicle to achieve this. You may wish to use lowered springs with the Koni Sport range, if you do this please be aware the maximum lowering permitted is 35mm. Please also ensure that any bump stops are re-fitted to ensure no damage occurs to the valving should the damper bottom out.
Reviewed by: Ethan03/21/2018 09:51PM
Product ownership: Less than 3 months
Purchased from: 5X Racing
I suspected that the stock suspension was worn out on my 94, but being my first Miata I had initially assumed that it was just a harsh car. After installing these the car stays completely composed over bumps large and small. I found that I no longer had to brace myself before going over steep dips in the road because the car no longer collapsed down at the bottom.
They shipped pretty quickly, arriving within a week of ordering them.
I did have some trouble getting the top nuts torqued down all of the way, since the tophats get drilled out they no longer have a flat edge to prevent the shaft from spinning in place. Some light hits with an impact wrench helped.
For boots I just bought $10 generic boots from my FLAPS, and they paired well with both the shocks and the bump stops that I also got from 5x.
I set them on the top perch with the stock springs and they can be downright comfortable full soft. I don't think they are too soft to compromise performance, especially after a good alignment.
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