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KONI STR.T Front Strut (11-14 All, Excluding GT500)

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    Features, Videos & Details

    • Improves Handling Performance
    • Twin-Tube Gas Pressure Design
    • Ideal Stock/Upgrade Replacement
    • Non-Adjustable Damper
    • Orange Finish
    • (1) Front Strut - Sold Individually
    • Fits 2011 to 2014 V6, GT and BOSS Mustangs

    Review & Installation Video

    Improves Handling Performance. Upgrade the suspension of your S197 Mustang with Koni STR.T Street Front struts for improved handling and performance. STR.T Struts are Koni's entry level performance line designed to be direct fit replacements for your factory struts and are compatible with both stock and aftermarket springs.

    Quaility Construction. Non-adjustable, this Koni STR.T Street Series front strut features a gas pressurized twin-tube design with a larger-diameter piston for optimum street performance. This strut is completed in a durable orange finish with the world-famous KONI logo.

    Application. This Koni STR.T Street Front Strut is designed for use on the 2011 to 2014 Ford Mustangs, including the V6, GT, and BOSS models. Does not fit Shelby GT500. Sold individually.

    Note: Coupon codes cannot be applied to this product.

    Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    MPN# 8750 1108

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Front strut
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Placement:FrontAdjustable:No
    Year:2011-2014Model:V6, GT, BOSS
    Manufacture:KoniMaterial:Steel
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        Questions & Answers (16)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        Will these require the gt500 upper strut mounts? Or can I just put springs on them and roll?

        • No you can use regular GT strut mounts.

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        Will these work with the GT500 strut mounts on a 2014 Mustang GT Track Pack?

        • These will not work with GT500 strut mounts. You would need for performance struts.

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        Will this koni STR.T shocks n struts will fit the Ford performance springs. The ford performance springs it seems to be a little shorter then other springs?

        • Unfortunately the KONIs will not work. You would need the Ford Racing shocks and struts.

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        I am lowering my mustang 1.5 inch front and back. Is is necessary to install New Shocks in the rear as well? Thank you

        • For best results and ride quality, we would suggest replacing both shocks and struts. 

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        It is recommended that if you use aftermarket lowering springs with stock struts and shocks you should replace them at the latest a few months afterwards. So in the long term, will these and KONI shocks support cobra jet drag springs (well after the few months stock would hold up)?

        • The KONI STR.T Front Strut will have no issues working with the Cobra Jet Springs and will not have their longevity effected.

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        10 More Questions
        I have the track pack GT and think one of my stock strut mounts is bad. Will these work with the GT500 strut mounts you have on the site if i want to pair them? 1 answer
        I recently picked up a 2012 GT with 60k miles and I'm considering lowering it. My budget it an issue and I wanted to replace the shocks and struts while I'm in there. I am thinking about a 1.5" drop all around and was wondering if I will sacrifice ride quality if I go with a non-adjustable strut such as this? 1 answer
        I have a 2014 mustang gt with brembo brakes and eibach sportline springs. Will this fit? And can I use the stock strut mounts? 1 answer
        Will these work with RTr lowering springs ? 1 answer
        Will this strut fit both driver and passenger side? 1 answer
        I have a 2012 Mustang V6 with the performance package. Will the upper strut mounts I have work fine or will I need to upgrade to the gt500 upper strut mounts. I see that its fine with the mustang gt's, but what about the V6's. 1 answer
        inquiry I have the ibach lowering springs and I'm wondering if I need gt 500 strut mounts in order for these struts to work on my 2012 5.0? 2 answers
        Does this fit a 2014 5.0 Brembo GT? Do these fit the '14 Brembo 5.0 GT? Can I use the Ford Racing GT 500 upper strut mount? 2 answers
        Will this lower my car? I currently have the sr performance lowering springs in my 2013 gt which lowers the car 1.5 inches front and back. I am wondering if I were to install these would my car sit lower? 4 answers
        Will these work with h&r super sport springs? 2 answers

          Customer Reviews (62) Write a Review

          Ratings Summary

          4.5 out of 5 overall rating from 62 customers

          Installation Time: Full Day

          Installation Cost: $100-$250





          • December 20, 2019

            2 2014 GT - Al Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

            Blew out at around 6 months - and noisy

            6 month review - Front driver side just blew out putting me in a really bad situation needing to replace asap as a daily. Also, while they were on they made a lot of clunking noises while they were on right from the start. Sounded like a car does with old suspension. Definitely improved nose dive and overall body movement though while it lasted.

            Helpful (0)
          • October 16, 2019

            5 2013 V6 - JTC408 Installation Time: Shop Install

            Front shock upgrade

            These are the best. After lowering my car and installing these shocks, my ride is very smooth, quiet, and they look great as well. Perfect fit.

            Helpful (0)
          • October 07, 2019

            5 2011 GT - Spotrox Installation Time: Afternoon

            Koni SRT Struts

            So far so good I used steeda front springs and lowered my front 1 inch I definitely can tell the difference in steering wheel response

            Helpful (0)
          • April 21, 2019

            5 2013 GT - JoseN Installation Time: Afternoon

            Koni w/whiteline lowering springs

            Good item to pair with whiteline lowering springs, ride is smooth better then expected, OEM strut bolts were a pain, end links bolts until car was back ground from Jack. Now only need alignment and hopefully I wont need camber plates.

            Helpful (0)
          • April 11, 2019

            5 2013 GT - Snow Installation Time: Afternoon

            KONI always the way to go

            Love KONI their products are always an easy install and ride great!

            Helpful (0)
          • December 25, 2018

            5 2012 GT - ChrisC Installation Time: Afternoon

            Upgrade

            Did a spring change and figured prob best to get rid of 80k mile shocks. These provided a comfortable ride and better handling having been paired with BMR springs. Almost think they are been a little more performance oriented though. Next time I’d probably opt for the adjustable versions.

            Helpful (5)
          • December 07, 2018

            5 2014 V6 - JoseR Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Best bang for your buckaroooo

            American muscle could do better with the shipping. One of the boxes was in really bad shape and the strut was really damage. I got I contact with them and they right away send me a replacement. Super easy to install. Great handling and feel. Great entry level suspension. Totally worth every penny. Super satisfied with my purchase.

            Helpful (8)
          • November 17, 2018

            5 2013 GT - LA253 Installation Time: Afternoon

            Nice!!

            Easy install. Getting the car up on jack stands all 4 corners took longer. Installed with SR springs. An upgrade from stock set up for sure and no more 4x4 look. Will be purchasing 20” wheel/tire package next then alignment. I want the look to match the Roush exhaust sound! Nice ride quality as well. I mean that. Very nice ride quality. I won’t track my GT therefore, coil overs or anything hi performance was not in my market. This setup is perfect for me and my spine is in agreement. If you’re not into the slammed look or if hi performance, track or drag is not your thing then pick up a set w/the springs of your choice. You’ll be pleased.

            Helpful (5)
          • October 28, 2018

            5 2014 V6 - Mac Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

            So far, awesome

            Installed BMR lowering springs, then found out the strut mounts were bad, replaced the struts while I was at it. Now it's great on the highway, total control, and feels like new at 76k miles!

            Helpful (7)
          • October 23, 2018

            4 2012 V6 - JoshuaH Installation Time: Afternoon

            Rides great

            It definetly rides way smoother than stock struts. The only problem I came to was that the manufacturers mounting holes were drilled wrong. But the other strut was perfect fit and rode great. The return services for the messed up strut have been great and I have gotten my new strut replacement in no time

            Helpful (6)
          • October 23, 2018

            3 2013 V6 - MyNag

            Half of what I paid for

            I already had Koni shocks so I pretty much knew what to expect. Upon putting the struts on, I had two different struts so I was only able to put one on. So far with the three Koni products I have the ride seems pretty good it’s actually better than stock, I’m loving it. However I’m still waiting on that last strut it would have gotten five stars.

            Helpful (7)
          • October 11, 2018

            5 2014 V6 - Salva Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            “Awesome Koni STR.T front”

            I purchased this set of Koni STR.T front struts to replace my 2014 mustang v6 manufacture struts after lowering it with the Eibach springs and the feel and handling of the car is way much better now. The quality and the price of this item really satisfies the need and the installation only took me less than an hour and very happy about the fact that there’s an installation video, which is really helpful no doubt about it. I would recommend this Koni STR.T Struts to everybody and definitely would bug this product again if I need to in the future.

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          • August 29, 2018

            5 2014 GT - JonatanR Installation Time: Afternoon

            love them

            I have ordered these koni's twice now for 2 different cars, they ride smooth yet still 10/10 would order again

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          • August 28, 2018

            5 2014 V6 - Gomez Installation Time: Afternoon

            Near Perfect daily

            If you don't want or need a strut that is adjustable (track use) but still want to eliminate body roll, this is a fantastic option. Ride quality improves (when paired with SR or Steeda springs) as well!

            Helpful (6)
          • July 10, 2018

            4 2012 GT - JohnB Installation Time: Afternoon

            Struts

            Very satisfied. I like the way the car handles with these struts. Works great with my BBK lowering springs.

            Helpful (8)
          • July 02, 2018

            4 2013 GT - IgnacioR Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

            Koni struts

            I had a problem with the shipping. But other than that they're really good quality and good for the buck

            Helpful (8)
          • June 19, 2018

            3 2013 V6 - BryanG Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Koni

            Great product for the money. Fairly easy to install but beware of the mounts if not paying much close attention they come apart and then you added more time on the install trying to find the little balls from the bearing but after all that it is a great improvement over stock. Only reason i gave a 3 of 5 stars was the late shipping. I been buying parts from A.M. ever since I bought my first mustang and never had a problem until this purchase. It took about 4 days or so to send my package. It had something to do with Koni saying they were on back order or something and my order number had no updates so i was pretty much in the dark til I called. I'm not really the type of guy who complains over the little things but i have to say that I guess it is not really A.M fault but at least they could have emailed me or contacted me saying they were on back order or just not put n their site that they were in stock in the first place til they had their hands with more struts.

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          • May 23, 2018

            3 2014 GT - BrandonB Installation Time: Afternoon

            Annoying squeaks

            I installed these last year and have the infamous squeak coming from the passenger front. Overall I'm very disappointed with these and recommend spending a little more money on a higher quality product.

            Helpful (8)
          • April 02, 2018

            5 2011 GT - Ryan Installation Time: Afternoon

            Good

            Ive had these on my car for 30k miles and all while being lowered 2 and some inches, buy them, worth they money

            Helpful (9)
          • January 30, 2018

            4 2012 GT - MitchR Installation Time: Afternoon

            Struts!

            These were super easy to install, I put this with many other suspension mods... My 2012 GT has 170k miles and it was ready for a suspension rebuild. The car handles amazing now, however, there’s a creaking noise that comes randomly sometimes... not sure if it’s the strut or my sway bar. ALSO, the black plastic piece on top of the strut (blocks dirt maybe) completely broke off while driving. All in all, it was worth the money.

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