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1988 924S sports suspension (Konis)

Four Koni's and the adjustible front springs. These are the yellow adjustable sport Konis.

To buy these new would cost about $1900. I would like $400 plus shipping. The front strut assemblys on this (new) are $700 each and that is without the springs.

I also have two wheel spacers with no lugs for $30 each if you really want to improve the handling.

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Old 04-19-2004, 10:37 AM
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Is this the M030 option?
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If they're the M030 adjustable ride height (threaded collar) struts, those are really a nice shock/strut upgrade for a street/auto-x 924/944. I've got them on my S2 and I can recommend them highly. My wife thinks it's a bit harsh on the street though!
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MO30?

I cannot find the option sticker on the car, but I can say these are the adjustable collar front struts.

There is, of course, no doubt about the rears as they say on them they are Koni/adjustable and are the yellow color of the sports shocks.

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The option sticker is usually on the trunk 'ledge' near the spare tire. It's very likely that your '88 is the M030 model, I think most were black and didn't have a passenger side mirror. If I remember correctly, quite a few were built for a race series that never happened, but unfortunately they weren't spec'd with limited slip diffs. They make great auto-xers too.
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924S stuff

This one is black, but it has a passenger side mirror and an automatic transmisson. Not much else though.

Of course if you have the $$$ you can get most any option you want.

Thanks!

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Are all four shocks the adjustable type? Do you have the tool? Thanks
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adjusting tool

I do not have the tool. The rears say "adjustable" on them and the fronts are adjustable through the collars on the strut assembly.

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How long are the studs? what is the thickness of the spacers? thanks
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spacers

The spacers are 21mm. I do not have the studs as they would not brake loose from the disc.

These appear to be factory installed, so the studs must have been pressed in or something. You can get the studs from Pelican or Performance Products.

These have a factory part number of 477 501 701.

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Would you seperate out the rear shocks and how much would you want fot them. thanks in advance.
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I could sell the rears alone for $150 + shipping which would likely be about $30.

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Do you still have these for sale?

If so, I am interested in the fronts. Do you have pictures available?
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