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Thread: Full M suspension with Koni sports and Rogue rear strut mounts

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    Full M suspension with Koni sports and Rogue rear strut mounts

    It's hard to price this stuff since it's stock and used (about 50k miles) but here goes.

    New front housings are $800 for a pair:
    https://www.ecstuning.com/b-genuine-...t/31312229765/

    New Koni's are $640:
    https://www.turnermotorsport.com/p-3...ks-struts-kit/

    New RSM's are $100:
    https://www.rogueengineering.com/Rog...E46_p_270.html

    I couldn't find part numbers for the springs in realOEM so who knows.

    It was all working fine when removed - I just had some room in my budget to go for a TCK D/A set up.

    Soooo, let's say $850 shipped in the US? I'll take some photos next time I'm in the garage.

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    Lowering springs or stock springs?

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    Stock 2001 roadster, no hardtop springs.

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    How many miles are on the setup roughly? That is a bit steep for essentially used Konis and rear shock mounts.

    Suspension: Bilstein Sports, GC Coilover conversion, IE Subframe Bushings, IE RTABs, M roadster sways, M roadster front control arms, M roadster Front calipers/hubs.
    Engine/Driveline: M54B30 intake Manifold, Dinan CAI, ZHP Cams, Headers, Underdrive pulleys, Conforti Software, 3.46 diff.

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    50k.

    Maybe. I just halved the price of everything (though, less since I didn't add the price of the springs). The front strut housings are unique to s54 cars - I don't know what the differences are.

    But yah, if you're just looking for a set of used Konis, you can do better. I'm not terribly interested in separating bits, though.

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    Keep in mind, too, that's the shipped price. Shipping will likely be in the neighborhood of $100.

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