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Our favorite Miata shock is NOW in stock for the new 2006 and newer MX5 Miata. Adjustable damping from full soft to race car stiff or anywhere in the middle.
Price is PER shock but only sold in PAIRS so be sure to order TWO of these.
NOTE that despite fact that these shocks are same length as the factory shocks, installation of these twin tube shocks in the place of the factory monotube shocks may result in some lowering effect because of the relatively lower gas pressure in the twin tube design (typically up to 3/4 inch). To properly realize this effect you need to have the car ON THE GROUND before you torque the bolts that connect the upper A arms to the car in the front, and the upper links in the rear). Note that unlike Koni for the earlier generation Miata this Koni for 2006 and newer Miata does NOT have adjustable spring perches. Price is PER SHOCK.
BRIAN'S APPLICATION NOTES: If you use these with lowering springs you risk riding the stops all the time, which can be good or bad depending on your intended purpose. When the factory offered our Progress Springs as part of the MS-R package, a set of 55mm front stops and 40mm rear stops were included. These days customers racing Stock/Street class SCCA often build to the full limit of the rules, which is 60mm front and rear (58mm FCM stops and 2mm spacer), which effectively puts the cars on the stops all the time, and customers usually have the stiff stops in the rear to balance large front sway (the rules allow changing just one sway). For street customers not competing, I suggest our FCM stops for LOWERED cars, so that you have more free travel before you hit the stops, which will give you quite a bit more comfort in real street driving.KONI PART 8241-1243