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I ve been looking for a good shock/strut to install will my steeda sport springs. I would like to get a strut/shock that give me the best of both world (street/strip). Do the Tokico improve you 1/4 mile times if you adjust them right or is that just a manufacturer's statement. I have a chance to get them brand new for 455 shipped is that a good price?
 

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Combined with sticky tires, you could adjust them for weight transfer for improved times, but the improvement would likely fall within your own +/- skill error window.

I have them, but they help more on the street than the track.
 

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Combined with sticky tires, you could adjust them for weight transfer for improved times, but the improvement would likely fall within your own +/- skill error window.

I have them, but they help more on the street than the track.
Do you think they are worth the extra money or would non adustable tokico or bilstein be better? I can get the Tokico they put on the Bullet mustang pretty cheap.
 

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Personal choice. I like fiddling with my car and finding the balance, but some other people like to "set it and forget it".
 
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