Their website says they carry nothing for MN12's.... are these gone? I loved those shocks on my cougar.
Take a saw to the car and lighten it up, you'll like them even more.Yes they are, been at least 12 months I think. I've seen guys on SCCoA talking about searching around trying to find anything that happens to be on a retailer's shelf somewhere, not much luck so far. Good shocks for sure, they were nice in my 95 SC, controlled the heavy car fairly well, even on track.
What's it take to get a copy of the book/disk that came from?He put a dimensional drawing up at SCCoA http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showpost.php?p=940247&postcount=43
I'd like to see other inserts with that basic spec
Agreed; DLF makes great parts, also!Damned devoted to the business of MN12s, nice work.
XR7-4.6 said:Why are we so focused on Koni? Bilstein makes similar inserts as well and they make just as good shocks as Koni IMO
the QA1's are corevette shocks modded to fit our chassis.Problem with custom shocks is long term availability, which is why we're in this boat. Design, the QA1s for example are best suited for 1/4 mile than street or road course. And cost. I sure as hell am not paying $700 for a pair of shocks that might not even be replacable in the future.