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According to The Tire Rack's web site they now have Bilstein struts and shocks for the 2013 GT's. They state they are special order and cost $184 for each strut and $132 for each rear shock. Who's going to the be first to try these lol.
 

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Non adjustable... not sure I'd bother, but it's a good option other than the KYBs!

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Got the KYBs for the back already; it was a jittery back-end that was the biggest issue for me, which is now largely corrected.

Still, if someone who already had the rear KYBs done found a large difference with the fronts replaced then I could get excited and jump on the bandwagon too lol
 

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I hope KYB comes out with the front struts soon, I already have the rears and like everyone says they do make a difference so wonder what the fronts would do.
 

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The front is very wobbly. It becomes the weakest part once the rear jitter is fixed.
I wonder if it's worth the investment to replace front struts or just trade the car for something else with the right DNA.
 

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Non adjustable... not sure I'd bother, but it's a good option other than the KYBs!

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Yea, unlike the Konis, many Billies are usually tuned for a specific use. They can, however, be revalved and customized.

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But even the adjustable Konis are usually set and forget. Some adjust by taking out the shock and turning the housing or a valve under the dust cover so frequent adjusting isn't practical.

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Bilstein and/or Koni are great products. Since I already have the KYB's on the rear, I'm patiently waiting for them to intro their strut onto store product shelves. Wish they'd hurry!
 

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I've used Bilsteins in the past on dirt bikes and liked the results so I'm sure their car products are just as good! I have the KYB's on mine but they would be another good choice IMO.
 
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