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      10-09-2009, 04:02 PM   #1
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NAMOTORSPORTS | Koni FSD and FSD/Eibach Kits in Stock for your 1 Series-Free Shipping



We have FSDs and FSD/Eibach kits in stock for your E82 128 and 135. Check out pricing below!







Koni FSD Shock Absorber Kit - $763.99 with free shipping anywhere in the lower 48 states - In stock and ready to ship

NAMOTORSPORTS STG1 Sport Suspension Kit w/Eibach Pro-Kit Springs and Koni FSD Dampers - $899.98 with free shipping anywhere in the lower 48 states - In stock and ready to ship

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The KONI FSD (Frequency Selective Damping) shock combines excellent road holding and handing characteristics with no-compromise comfort levels. It's a two-in-one solution from KONI that doesn't require the installation of sophisticated electronics, cables or sensors. Firmness for sporty driving on even road surfaces. Smoothness for a comfortable ride on uneven road surfaces.

It's possible via KONI's patented Frequency Selective Damping technology - technology that actively controls the damping level on the basis of the vehicle's body and suspension movement frequency. FSD shocks are a smart suspension system that adjusts automatically and in a fraction of a second to road conditions and driving style.

How It Works (Refer to second image above):

In standard shock absorbers the main damping characteristic is defined by the oil flow going through the piston assembly (1). Combining it with the FSD feature (2), KONI added a special valve that controls an oil flow parallel to the one going through the piston rod (3). This parallel oil flow is closed by the FSD feature, giving a rise in damping force almost linear to the time that the piston is moving in one direction.

Put simply: the FSD feature is a hydraulic amplifier that delays the build up of pressure. In some ways an extra tuning option has been created in order to get the best possible combination of handling and comfort. Since it is an integrated part of the hydraulic valve system inside the damper, no additional cables, sensors or any other electronic devices are needed to operate an FSD damper.

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Front 1.2 inches / Rear 1.2 inches



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      10-16-2009, 01:03 PM   #2
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      10-16-2009, 01:52 PM   #3
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How does this compare to KW V1 and V2?
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      10-16-2009, 03:07 PM   #4
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Here's mine with the Koni/Eibach setup. Drop is about 5/8"-3/4" with very OEM like ride. Obviously no ride height or rebound adjustment like coilovers but at about half the price it was the right choice for me.
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      10-19-2009, 04:19 PM   #5
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How does this compare to KW V1 and V2?
I wouldn't compare these to coilovers simply becuase these are not adjustable height or adjustable dampening. The issue with coilover is many people will buy them and then never adjust them. That's a lot of money to spend on something you don't use.
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Here's mine with the Koni/Eibach setup. Drop is about 5/8"-3/4" with very OEM like ride. Obviously no ride height or rebound adjustment like coilovers but at about half the price it was the right choice for me.
Car looks great, do you have any side pictures of the car?

Thank you for posting the picture!
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Car looks great, do you have any side pictures of the car?

Thank you for posting the picture!
Nope, just a rear 3/4.
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Nope, just a rear 3/4.
May I use these pictures on our site? The car looks great!
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How is this compare to KW V1 and V2 in terms of performance/handling improvemnt? I want a more control and stiffer ride than my current OEM setup.
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How is this compare to KW V1 and V2 in terms of performance/handling improvemnt? I want a more control and stiffer ride than my current OEM setup.
These will not be as stiff as a coilover like KW or H&R. I recommend the FSDs for people that use their car as a daily driver and want better handling, but nothing to harsh. I am running the FSDs on my B7 Audi A4 and they are phenomenal.
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pm me price for fsd's and install of fsd's seperately please. I am local.
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pm me price for fsd's and install of fsd's seperately please. I am local.
We don't do the actual installations at our facility. But if you PM me your year/make/model i can look into getting you a price
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PM price for both setups...38017 thx
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Hey, is the $899.98 price in the first post in this thread for the FSD\Eibach kit still valid?

I click on the link and the resulting NAmotorsports page lists $1033.98?

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Can these FSD's be installed with the stock springs? I saw it mentioning this being ideal for lowering a few times...
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Can these FSD's be installed with the stock springs? I saw it mentioning this being ideal for lowering a few times...
You can certainly use your stock springs. The FSDs are able to be lowered up to 1.5". but you don't have to lower it.
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