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Mazda MX5 Miata KONI ADJUSTABLE Sport Shock FRONT for MX5
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Mazda MX5 Miata KONI ADJUSTABLE Sport Shock FRONT

2006-2015

PART NUMBER: 60-1374

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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. If you need two, order two!

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 (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). On the other hand, if you are replacing original shocks that are beyond a decade old then the pressure in those old shocks can be zero and adding any new shock may raise the car, though if your old shocks are blown out then these lower pressure KONI will raise it less than a brand new set of monotube shocks like the Bilstein brand. 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. For our Street Class customers we recommend our 58/58 bumpstop kit. For street customers not competing, I suggest our 36/58 bumpstop kit 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.

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Mazda MX5 Miata KONI ADJUSTABLE Sport Shock FRONT

I replaced a perfectly good set of OEM shocks and what a difference on the street set full soft. On a track day last month I went on track with them set soft and the car was bouncing around in the turns so I set them almost full stiff and the car tracked very well in the same bumpy turns. Great upgrade.

I purchased a 2011 Miata on 9/3/15 with 30K mi as a daily driver and do not anticipate auto x or track time. It had factory sport suspension with Bilstein shocks. Rocky installed all front and rear, Progress Springs, Koni Sport shocks, and Progress sway bars with RB end links (all at the same time). Also new tires Hankook Ventus V12 Evo2. So I can only review all the items together.
What a difference. The car now feels more stiff, settled, and stuck to the road. A joy to drive on freeway and twisty roads. It is lower now about 1”and ¼”front and ¾” rear. Sets at 13 ¼”front and 13 ¾”rear (gas full). Center of wheel to bottom of fender roll. I would buy all of these items again. Nice beefy sway bars and brackets. Thanks Brian for the info on the 2012 PRHT development car.

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