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    Yes, these are essentially them but our version of what was tested!

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    Do they pair best with the progressive springs?
     
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    Jacob - I apologize, I looked up the cut sheet for the wrong shocks & struts. Yes, these will be best paired with the Progressive Springs.

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    Are or will these be available as a kit with other suspension components? Like the build your own suspension kit on the website or something like that.
     
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    Can you explain what the differences are between your version and the KONI setup? The only difference I can tell from both product pages are the powder coat color and the spring pairings (Eibach Pro Kit vs Steeda Progressive)
     
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    The new Pro-Active Dampers adjusts while you drive to different road surfaces for driver comfort.. Steeda's valving is a little more aggressive than the Koni towards handling.

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