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was anyone able to scrounge up a part number from maserati for these? I am hesatant to order the KW coilovers as I have had no expierence with them...and the maser is the only car on earth that Aragosta doesn't seem to make a set for ...
 

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yes but you cannot order them direct from sachs with the necessary mounts for the maserati
 

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I am trying to get some aftermarket coilovers made, but we need some OEM shocks for dimensions.
Does anyone have a spare front and rear that I can borrow?
 

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I am hesatant to order the KW coilovers as I have had no expierence with them...
Don't know if this will help much, but I have KW v3's on my 7series and they are awesome! Even with plus sized wheels the ride is still compliant and the handleing is awesome.

Good luck with your decision
 

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was anyone able to scrounge up a part number from maserati for these? I am hesatant to order the KW coilovers as I have had no expierence with them...and the maser is the only car on earth that Aragosta doesn't seem to make a set for ...
Anyone information on where to find Trofeo Coilovers? Price?
 

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Guys, KW V3 Coilovers are the way to go here. Honestly, they are an amazing set of shocks. Very Adjustable and just built right. You can't go wrong with KW Quality. I personally would order them in a heatbeat over the Trofeo.

I'll offer some good discounts to Forum Members that want these. Contact me via email if interested. [email protected]

-- Jeff
 

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KW Coil Overs

Are these an alternative for the springs you make or can you use the KWs with the FD springs?
 

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KW V3's are a complete solution. No need to purchase both. It's an leap in cost but you will end up with a solid answer to your suspension dillema for non-skyhook cars. If we do end up getting a non-skyhook car here in Las Vegas, I'll design the springs and we can come up with a more cost effective solution. However as it stands now, KW is what I would choose for my non-skyhook car.
 
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