I just changed ( front struts only) from Koni Orange and eibach pro's to the Teins EnduroPro Plus and the same springs. I guess my Koni's have been blown for a while and didn't realize it. I was looking for a good shock that I could stiffen up when I go to drag nights. I have had trouble with real bad wheel hop thru first. At the track I could not get it to just spin and grab without horrible wheel hop. The Koni's would also bottom out on a few section I drive daily. I just got to do a long ride on the Teins and I am very impressed. Put about a 500 miles of all kinds of roads. I did all the miles on the softest setting it soaks up everything. Even the truck lane rode great. Hit the corners and the softest setting was a bit to soft, but still handled the corners nicely. The shocks have built in hydraulic bump stops built in and they perform way better than having the rubber bump stop on the shaft. I haven't bottomed out once. I highly recommend these shocks.