Do you have any recommendations for where to buy shocks from?
Don't you mean lexus sells a car at the price they sell it at because they can get away with it. Sure the warranty adds price to the car but...........you have to understand that prices have a lot behind them. Lexus sells a car at the price they sell it at because there is huuuuuge warranty costs associated with it.
Crester, im looking at a set aswell ..... GB .... ?
I'm looking as well.
Argh!!! Where were you guys before??!?! I doubt there's enough volume to coerce a company into giving group discounts. I think the best that can happen is see how many people need shocks... buy them from the same place... and hopefully save thru combined shipping.Hey Lexusective. You have a shop?
BTW I wouldn't mind a set of Koni's. Not too happy with my Illuminas. They aren't as stiff as I imagined they would be.
it's most likely dynamic valving of the shock. it's where the internal valve on the shock senses the increased compression and rebound, whether it be a bumpy road or spirited driving. once it sees this increase in suspension movement, it adjusts the valving so that it allows less fluid/gas to pass through the valve and in turn making the shock stiffer.One thing I'm not clear about tho is the Bilstein being "self-adjustable"?!?!? Could anybody explain that?