I appreciate the advice and will take into consideration. So right now I have SR performance lowering springs which should lower the car 1.5 in. SRT.T shocks for the rear. I'm still debating on getting SRT.T koni struts or the 10 way adjustable struts by Strange sold by UPR and of course I'll get a adjustable panhard bar, LCA's and the uppers depending on if I need them once I lower the car. Like I said before I'm still debating between the koni struts and the strange struts sold by UPR. Do any of y'all know what the difference is between them and if you could shed some light on the subject. Thanks!!!
Like Sharad said, the primary difference is that the Strange Dampers are adjustable.
I really like the Strange pieces, and we have assisted Strange Engineering with development of several parts, including the S197 Dampers. I sell A LOT of Strange struts and shocks, and we also run them on some of our project cars here at BMR.
That said, the valving in the STR.T is superior in terms of Handling. If you are after Handling, then I recommend the STR.T pieces. The good news is, around this time....spanning for a few months, they (Koni) will typically allow their distributors to run 25% off sales on their products, so you can get into a set of STR.T dampers for <$400....which is amazing, especially considering that they feature a lifetime warranty, and they do honor it BTW.
We are a top tier Koni Distributor. We set many people up with Koni's...and have excellent results.
At this current time, I see "AutoAnything" is running some serious deals on the Koni parts KONI STR.T Orange Street Shocks - Adjustable Shock Absorbers Reviews & Best Price
I cannot compete with those prices. Koni has a very strict pricing policy. Auto Anything must not be direct with Koni, hence the reason they can advertise at such low prices.
If you have any questions for me, let me know!
Good luck and happy modding!