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Koni Shock Rebuild Turn Around Time


sesparklin@hotmail.com

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Sorry you guys, I was not in the best of humor this T-hill weekend. After putting in a new trans and engine, then testing them; I drive 9 hrs to T-hill only to have my shocks start bouncing around the rear end!

Anyway, Turn around Time

Tripoint: 3 1/2 to 4 weeks

Truechoice: 2 1/2 to 3 weeks

KONI North America: 2 to 3 weeks

 

KONI North America

859-586-4100 1961 A International Way

Hebron, KY 41048

 

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Truechoice

614-876-3483 4180 Weaver Ct.

Hilliard, OH 43026

 

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Pro Parts West (Tripoint)

818-888-8904 21417 Ingomar St. Unit #7

Canoga Park, CA 91304

 

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Man, I understand the frustration that non-functional shocks can bring. That said, I also know how good it feels to drive a car with good damping. So, look at the bright side: next time out your car will feel fabulous.

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Considering the testing and work they do I think it is quite reasonable and something you can plan for. Should be done every full season you run, you can do it in the off-season. I used True Choice last time for my 3rd gen and got very nice results.

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That sucks Steve. If its of any help, Tri Point is about 4 - 5 mi from my office. If it would help the turnaround time I'd be happy to pick them up and bring them up to BW with me.

 

-- Nick

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That sucks Steve. If its of any help, Tri Point is about 4 - 5 mi from my office. If it would help the turnaround time I'd be happy to pick them up and bring them up to BW with me.

 

-- Nick

 

I think Steve probably has done this by now unless he moves very slowly.

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So how does that work? You give them your corner weights and spring info and they valve and rebuild it according to those specs? What does re-valving get over the normal knob adjustments on the adjustable shocks?

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When I sent my shocks to True Choice I told them the type of racing I did and details about the car set-up. They have a special shock dyno they test your shock before and after so you can see what improvement they made to the shock.

 

I am guessing that seals and fluid do not hold up to our abuse indefinitely. I remember the first time I drove the car after I got the shocks back, and that was a few years ago!

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