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Old 12-08-18, 06:44 PM
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Question Koni Sport - Additional Height Accessory Option

I just installed some Koni Sport shocks with eibach pro kit springs. The ride is great but it is still too low in the front for my preference even on the highest ring setting. For those unaware, the shock body has three grooves about 1/4" apart to allow for three different height settings.

I would like to increase my height further while still using these higher rate springs without having to use a coilover conversion kit.

Has anyone tried using a spacer on top of the ring as shown below? I don't see any safety concerns if these are sized properly for my shock body and ring outer diameter.

Please also let me know if you have a different solution or if you know of other spacers that may work

https://genuinesaab.com/catalog/prod...q63kktunkb5193
SPRING SPACER SAAB 9-5 REAR KONI SPORT AND FSD - IG3TECH



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Can you have some more grooves machined into them? That's what I did with my Bilsteins.
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those spacers should be fine as long as they fit the snap ring properly. i have seen that pop out before
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Originally Posted by mrselfdestruct1994 View Post
Can you have some more grooves machined into them? That's what I did with my Bilsteins.
Great point, thank you! If they both yield the same result I will probably choose the spacer since it would be a drop in fix vs sending my shocks out. I sure would be nervous doing it at work with our lathe to make sure the size is perfect.

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those spacers should be fine as long as they fit the snap ring properly. i have seen that pop out before
Thanks for the input! Do you have a part number or company I should look at for other options?
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