After talking about Bilstein and other brands, let me finally talk in-depth about the brand’s most popular shocks. That’s right, today it’s all about comparing the Bilstein 4600 and the beastly 5100 series!
Moog is the standard still – despite some criticism in recent years. But replacement parts aren’t a monopoly, right? Here are a few brands that people often compare with Moog – and some thoughts on them.
Veterans versus newer competitors: the struts market has been undergoing some changes. In this post, I pit Oredy vs Monroe in a battle that I’d say ends being a little bit uneven. Read more to find out why.
I’ve been procrastinating with my Gabriel vs Monroe shocks post, but finally I got to writing it. Here’s a little bit about both brands – shocks with history and good for the daily driver, but definitely not suited for more heated applications.
It’s high time I did a more in-depth analysis of Bilstein’s offroad shocks. I’m starting with three of their most popular absorbers (well, one is a coilover). Here’s all you need to know about the 5100, 5160 and 6112 series.