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1971 PORSCHE 911 T PORSCHE SHOCK ABSORBERS

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Vehicle: '1971 PORSCHE 911 T'

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Shock, Bilstein For Porsche Part # MS-1661
For the performance minded driver, Bilstein shocks deliver absolute mastery of the road surface. Bilsteins instantaneously self-adjust to changing road surface. Performance does not incline from age, use or heat - requiring no compensating manual adjustments. While everyone else makes a Mcpherson strut or cartridge, they mount the narrow piston rod at the top where it must absorb the twin forces of the compression and rebound as well as the stress of tremendous side loads from cornering. Bilstein places the piston rod inside the strut tube, where it is completely protected from side load stress and contamination by road matter. the thicker, stouter steel body of the shock dissipates side loads much more effectively. Bilsteins also operate at much cooler temperatures with their ultra-efficient monotube design, which allows a more rapid heat dissipation. Learn More
Koni Performance Shocks, For Porsche Part # MS-1662
If you like to drive your vehicle hard, really hard, or maybe race it on the weekends (autocross, time trials) but still be able to drive daily, Konis are your answer. During the week leave the shocks at their softest setting (which will be somewhat stiffer than stock). Then when an event comes up, or a weekend outing, you can adjust to suit your needs. Konis work best with stiffer springs and sway bars, which doesnt mean that they would not enhance a stock suspension system! Please Note: Boge Shocks were original equipment on many Porsches except the 911S and those cars special ordered with Koni Shocks. Due to the difference of the front strut assembly, the Koni and Boge inserts are not interchangeable with each other. Be sure to order your Koni for the correct type. If you are not sure which type you have, green is generally Bilstein, Orange and yellow Koni, and black is Boge (Boge also makes shocks under the name Fitchel and Sachs). Learn More
Porsche® 911/912/914 Suspension, Camber Plate Kit, Weltmeister®, 1969-1989 Part # P910440
Get a dramatic increase in steering and suspension feedback, quicker turn in and precise cornering. Weltmeisters new CamberPlates replace soft top strut rubber bushings with precision spherical bearings. More-over, the lightweight aluminum CamberPlates are machined with two sets of mounting holes, providing you with a wide range of camber possibilities. You can get up to 1 to 1 degrees more negative camber, so you can take full advantage of the latest super-sticky race and street tires. Bolt-in installation requires no body modifications. Fits all Bilstein and Koni shocks. Installation requires front suspension realignment. (CamberPlates do not work with the Weltmeister Cambermeister strut brace 900259). The cross-brace kit is easy to bolt in and can be added later in 30 minutes or less. This combination provides ultimate strut tower strength for improved turn in and maximum tire grip. *Works Only With Weltmeister CamberPlates (Part No. 910440). Learn More

Was: $389.99 Kit

Now: $369.99 Kit
Porsche® 911/912 Suspension, Shock, Front, Boge, 1969-1985 Part # P901973
Boge & Sachs Shocks Boge shocks give you the ultimate combination of performance and comfort. This means you will enjoy the superior handling of your vehicle without sacrificing comfort for daily driving. Large hard chromed pistons, exclusive oil formulation and the Boge Anti Foaming Ring work together to provide the most precise road control. This is a good choice for stock springs and sway bars or a slightly stiffer setup. Boge shock styles: Boge Automatic: OE Quality Hydraulic Boge Turbo: Sport Shock Gas Sachs Super Touring: Touring Shock Hydraulic Note: Shocks are sold separately Learn More

Was: $139.99 ea.

Now: $129.99 ea.
Porsche® Suspension, Bump Stop 55mm, Koni, 1965-1995 Part # P910041
Resilient cellular polyurethane snubbers help prevent suspension bottoming. Controlled compression smoothes out cornering and prevents ragged handling you get with hard rubber, non-progressive snubbers. Learn More
$39.99 pr.
Porsche® Suspension, Bump Stop 55mm, Koni, 1965-1995 Part # P910040
Resilient cellular polyurethane snubbers help prevent suspension bottoming. Controlled compression smoothes out cornering and prevents ragged handling you get with hard rubber, non-progressive snubbers. Learn More

Was: $47.99 pr.

Now: $44.99 pr.
Koni Adjustable Racing Shocks, Rear Conversion Kit (2 Kits Required on 1965-71 911®) For Porsche Part # P911103
Specifically designed to meet racing demands, without the compromises that street drivers require, these shocks transform the handling of your 911. You get a wider range of adjustment and improved cornering grip. In our testing at Laguna Seca, these Koni race shocks gave us about 1/2 second per lap advantage over that other brand. For your front set, order the cap nuts that match your struts. Fronts do not fit 911 Koni struts 1974-on, or early 911 converted hydropneumatic struts. Learn More
$39.95 Kit
Porsche® 911 Suspension, Gland Nut, Koni, 1965-1973 Part # P915887
  Needed when installing 8641-1039sport in a Koni Strut Housing.     If you like to drive your vehicle hard, really hard, or maybe race it on the weekends (autocross, time trials) but still be able to drive daily, Konis are your answer. During the week leave the shocks at their softest setting (which will be somewhat stiffer than stock). Then when an event comes up, or a weekend outing, you can adjust to suit your needs. Konis work best with stiffer springs and sway bars, which doesnt mean that they would not enhance a stock suspension system! Please Note: Boge Shocks were original equipment on many Porsches except the 911S and those cars special ordered with Koni Shocks. Due to the difference of the front strut assembly, the Koni and Boge inserts are not interchangeable with each other. Be sure to order your Koni for the correct type. If you are not sure which type you have, green is generally Bilstein, Orange and yellow Koni, and black is Boge (Boge also makes shocks under the name Fitchel and Sachs). Learn More

Was: $37.99 pr.

Now: $34.99 pr.
Porsche® 911 Suspension, Strut Assembly, Right, Boge, 1969-1985 Part # P901917
Genuine Porsche® Part Boge Strut   Tech tip: If your car cannot be brought back into alignment it is more than likely you have a bent strut assembly. For owners who are interested in keeping the stock feel of the car, and are not interested in weekend racing or performance, we suggest replacement with the stock Boge shocks.   Learn More

Was: $539.95 ea.

Now: $499.99 ea.
Porsche® 911 Suspension, Strut Assembly, Left, Boge, 1969-1985 Part # P901915
Genuine Porsche® Part Boge Strut   Tech tip: If your car cannot be brought back into alignment it is more than likely you have a bent strut assembly. For owners who are interested in keeping the stock feel of the car, and are not interested in weekend racing or performance, we suggest replacement with the stock Boge shocks.   Learn More
$499.99 ea.
Porsche® 911/912/914 Suspension, Threaded Cap Nut, Front, Boge, 1969-1989 Part # P911100
Specifically designed to meet racing demands, without the compromises that street drivers require, these shocks transform the handling of your 911. You get a wider range of adjustment and improved cornering grip. In our testing at Laguna Seca, these Koni race shocks gave us about 1/2 second per lap advantage over that other brand. For your front set, order the cap nuts that match your struts. Fronts do not fit 911 Koni struts 1974-on, or early 911 converted hydropneumatic struts. Learn More

Was: $49.99 Kit

Now: $44.99 Kit
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