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I hadnt seen these until now and have a few quick thoughts. While Corksport makes some good items for our cars they do not specialize in suspensions. They will have these built by a manufacturer to their specs and resell them. Thats not bad, it just means that it is likely the same as a lot of other items you could find. As such, I would wonder why we should by these when Koni has struts for a similar price. If they offered something extra, like an adjustable perch, then it might edge out an existing brand. Right now its just a direct competitor to an established brand. Im surprised they didnt release a coil like JBR.
These might be great. They might be meh. I wouldnt take the risk for the same price as some Koni yellows.
I would argue the following setups as tried and true:
1. Corksport springs with Koni Yellows
2. H&R or Eibach springs with Bilstein B8 or Koni yellows
3. BC coils (preferably with the Swift springs)- This is what I plan to do
4. Bistein coils
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