How to Install KONI Struts, Inserts & Eibach Lowering Springs - 2005 Pontiac GTO
This install video highlights the steps required to install Koni Yellow Inserts and the Eibach Lowering Springs. Specifically, we installed KONI Part 8641-1297Sport and the Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs, Part 3897.140 on a 2005 Pontiac GTO.
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Ground Control/Eibach vs. Swift spring test
Travel test of a Swift spring and a custom made Eibach spring for Ground
Control. Both springs are the same static length and rate. After the test
was over, the Ground Control spring still has a lifetime warranty.
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Situated in the center of Auto Club Speedway, Speed and Stance brought
together many of the heavy hitters in the California stance scene including
members from Low and Slow, some rocket bunny FRS', and many more
enthusiasts. Sit back, relax, and enjoy my coverage of Speed and Stance!
Lowering Springs vs Coilovers -- Presented by Andy's Auto Sport
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Andy's Auto Sport presents a video about the differences between lowering
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Focus ST Eibach Sportline Coil Springs Installation 2013
Eibach's Sportline Coil Spring Set will equip your 2013 Focus ST with race
car like handling for maximum street performance. With Sportline Coil
Springs, you will achieve the lowest possible drop, yet maintaining the
exceptional ride quality you expect from Eibach. You will be able to stop
quicker, corner faster, gain
better MPG, and dramatically reduce squat during acceleration.
For installation, you'll first access and loosen the strut tower. Then,
remove the wheel and disconnect and remove the strut, following Bill's
instructions in the install video. After this, you'll disassemble the
strut, removing the original spring and spring dust boots. Then, install
the new Eibach spring and dust boot on the spring, along with the bump
stops included in the set.
Return the strut to your Focus and reinstall all bolts and brackets,
reconnect the sway bar and ABS sensor, and then repeat this process on the
other side. Resecure your wheels and reassemble your strut tower and cowl.
Next, you'll work on your rear springs, which are a lot less involved.
Remove the bolt pointed out by Bill, which holds the perch in place,
allowing you to access the rear spring. Remove the spring and bump stop,
and then secure the new bump stop and new Eibach spring (While we have had
no problem with the numb stop mounted as shown, Eibach recommends
installing the numb stop on the shock). Next, return the perch and bolt and
then complete this process on the other side. Total installation takes
around three hours.
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Front Shock (Strut) Replacement with Basic Hand Tools
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my repair videos, I use only basic hand tools. Same procedure for 1995-1999
Maxima's & 1996-1999 Infiniti I30. Similar procedure for other model years.
The strut used in this video is Monroe part number 181682. Check your
vehicle's repair manual for proper torque specifications.
1/2" Drive Breaker Bar
19mm (or 3/4") socket
Flat head screwdriver
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how to adjust the KONI adjustable shock
Koni's Jim Ryan shares with SuperSteer's Bryan Thompson how to make an
adjustment to the KONI adjustable shock. Jim explains how to adjust the
shock for a softer or stiffer ride to your RV suspension system. Please
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information. For an installation or service, please call Henderson's
Line-Up at (541) 479-2882. Henderson's Line-Up, 417 Henderson St., Grants
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GTO Xa Coilover DIY Installation
Pete Basica a.k.a. Justice Pete does a Do It Yourself style installation of
Pedders eXtreme Xa coilovers on a custom wide-body GTO. This is a great
video to provide the general information you need to decide if you can
handle this as a DIY project or if you would be better served having a
Pedders Suspension Specialist handle your installation.
Stock vs. Eibach (HD)
Product comparison: What's the difference between a stock suspension system
and an Eibach Springs system?
In this test, our pro driver shows you how the car handles with each.
Koni-Eibach Pro-Kit Question.MPG
Before I get any worthless comments about my choice in suspension parts,
this is my daily driver and I want a smooth ride and a little less wheel
gap. I have chosen to go with Koni Yellow Struts and the Eibach Pro Kit.
The Konis are used, and ProKit is brand new. The question is relating to
the rear spring/strut assembly. The tops of the spring fits in the top hat
securely and the bottom sits very nice as well, but when it is all together
the spring can move freely in the assembly. Does this mean something is
wrong with my strut or am i missing something?
Part Numbers I am working with, should be correct:
Eibach Pro-Kit Meant for EK Civic Rear: 4017.002
Koni Sports For EK Civic Rear Strut: 8041 1213 Sport