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I have 1.7 inch drop with my Apex springs, and are interested in orderin Koni struts...couple of questoin

1. is it available for our car??
2. would it work nicely?
3. Koni are adjustable? if so? how should I adjust the stiffness to match my springs???

thnx for the help
 

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There's another post about Koni's and Tokicos a little bit below this one. But You don't adjust the struts to the springs, adjust them to your preference of ridw quality. Softest will be a little calmer, where the stiffest will be tight. On a front wheel drive car it's recommended to have the rear setting stiffer than the front. So you may want to try that. Probably the stiffest in the rear, and the middle setting in the front. That'sthe reason I like tokicos better, since the are 5way adjustibles, but I don't know if they are available on the cougar yet, but the Koni's are.
 
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Konis are available for the cougar. Last I heard from CEG, the tokicos had been cancelled. SHox.com has the Konis for the cheapest
 
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Check out my review on the NECO main page. I love my Koni's even after 20k pothole infested miles.

-Mike
 
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thnx fellas, I actually went to the Shox.com, but I don't know which one is which....can you guys please help me know? there were like 6 different cougars....
 
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You might have to just request a quote. I didn't see the 99 cougar there either. Plus, you're in Toronto, right? If the CEG deal is not still going on, it might be cheaper to order from CTA Motorsports (Chris Wong)
 
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