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Bilstein Shocks Question

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 Ok, for my 2019 ST, are the Bilstein shocks really that much of an improvement over the stock setup?  Looking for something that will help out with seems to be a top heavy Edge without getting into a big cost change.

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The Bilstein shocks and struts I installed seemed to me to be a little bit softer than the stock set up on my 2016 Sport. They did help with weight transfer and reduced oversteer.  Also for my car biggest difference and improvement in handling came with the H&R Springs. 

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^^^^ thanks for the info ^^^^

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@Sage Did you ever get the Bilstein shocks and H&R springs installed. I also have 19’ Edge St and was thinking about doing the same if it’s worth it. 

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I did not, I decided to keep my stock set up.

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5 hours ago, az_edge_st said:

Did you ever get the Bilstein shocks and H&R springs installed. I also have 19’ Edge St and was thinking about doing the same if it’s worth it. 

 

I heard that the STs are equipped with the Bilstein B4 equivalent. Take that with a grain of salt. I heard it on the nets and you get what you pay for.

 

What I can attest to is that H&R springs make for a tremendous difference in handling and cornering. H&R springs with the Bilstein B6 will make your car handle like a go cart on steroids!  I can not recommend the combo enough!

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