How much does it cost to rebuild a KONI shock?
The cost varies depending on which series KONI dampers you have. Prices range from $125-$155 per damper, plus parts. Parts cost typically in the $50-$100 range as well per damper. Once the dampers are rebuilt, and complete KONI will call you for payment information and the dampers will be returned to you via UPS.
Can KONI shocks be rebuilt?
Koni Rebuild Performance Shock, Inc is a KONI FACTORY AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER. We can repair, modify, rebuild, revalve, and custom build all Koni race, street and electric drag shocks. All dampers are tested and calibrated with our state of the art Roehrig shock absorber dyno once serviced.
Does KONI have lifetime warranty?
A: The KONI warranty is a lifetime warranty to the original purchaser against defects in materials and workmanship for as long as you own that car registered for street use. The warranty does not cover damage to the parts caused by misuse, misapplication, installation, motorsports, etc.
Can KONI yellows be rebuilt?
From the Koni website: OTHER KONI AUTHORIZED REBUILD FACILITIES In addition to the KONI Service Center in Hebron, KY, there are three KONI authorized rebuild facilities in North America. They are TrueChoice in Hilliard, OH (800-388-8783), Pro Parts West in Canoga Park, CA (818-888-8904), and Performance Shock Inc.
Do KONI yellows have lifetime warranty?
The KONI warranty is to the original purchaser against defects in materials or workmanship for as long as you own that car (registered for street use) during the applicable warranty period of two years. The warranty does not cover damage to the parts caused by misuse, misapplication, wrong installation, etc.
How long do KONI yellows last?
With 80,000 miles on them they are probably worn, even if you can adjust them stiffer as they lose pressure.
Are KONI shocks better than Bilstein?
While both brands produce great products, KONI’s shocks have the added benefit of a product that’s adjustable for rebound. Stiffer settings mean more responsive handling, while softer settings give a smoother and more comfortable ride.