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2007-2013 Mazdaspeed3, 2004-2013 Mazda3 Adjustable Struts and Shocks

Price: $499.99
Price in points:  What are Points? 500 points
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Improve the ride and handling of your Mazdaspeed 3 or Mazda 3 with the CorkSport Adjustable Struts and Shocks. The CorkSport Mazdaspeed3 and Mazda3 Struts and Shocks are Front 20 way adjustable and 15 way adjustable rear allowing you to customize your ride to your driving style and limit body roll to make your car more predictable and stable even without the addition of lowering springs. CorkSport Shocks and Struts change both rebound and compression damping simultaneously for a greatly improved ride quality. The variable tuning range makes it possible to use for daily driving or exciting backroads.

The CorkSport Advantage
  • Perfect For The Daily Driver To The Driving Enthusiast: Front 20/Rear 15 step adjustable to customize the stiffness of your ride to your liking. The #1 Setting is similar to the OEM ride stiffness. With a new increase range of front adjustability to better refine your setup.
  • Easy To Adjust: Can access adjustment points from under the wheel well and from the engine bay
  • High Quality Construction: Gas charged twin tube shock absorber allows the shock to react faster and more predictably, for a quicker response time and helping to keep the tire firmly planted on the road
  • Complete Set: Sold as a set of 4, two front struts and two rear shocks.
  • Plays well with others: Works with the stock springs or most aftermarket brands like CorkSport, H&R, Eibach, and others.
  • Easy To Install: A great and simple way to improve handling performance on your Mazdaspeed 3 or Mazda 3
  • CorkSport Service And Support Receive a 1 year warranty, full color installation instructions, all of the needed installation hardware, and knowledgeable telephone installation support

  • NOTE:The adjustable struts and shocks 1 year warranty does not extend to track/racing use. While they may work fine, any form of racing is not covered.
    1 Hour Install Time

    1 Hour Install Time

    Difficulty: 2/5

    2/5 Difficulty

    1-Year Warranty

    1-Year Warranty

    No CEL

    No CEL

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    Since these can be set to oe stiffness, can these fit on 2011 Mazda 3 2.0L? I am looking to use these with oe springs to enable to same comfort but supporting the business.
    Decided to go with these after a speed bump took out the stock ones. The price was in my range and I am happy I did! Night and day difference from stock to these. I run them with Swift Springs and so far they are amazing! Running the recommended break in settings, and can’t complain!
    So far, these have made my car feel new again. I bought the car with lowering springs at 16k miles. I now have 96k miles... the factory struts/shocks were shot. I replaced them with these and I couldn’t be happier. I currently have the front set to 10 & rear to 9. That’s a little too stiff for daily driving, but the feel is amazing. I will play around with the settings to see what I like best. Anyway, the car feels very solid and the suspension feels like a very high quality product that should cost 3x more.
    Bought a set of these for my DD back on July 5th to replace leaking OEMs. Installed them following all instructions (love the CS instructions!) but noticed the ride was bouncier/squishier than the broken OEMs.

    Fast forward about a month and a mechanic who was mounting new tires said that he took it out for a test drive and said that my shocks would need replacing ASAP. I told him that they were new and he said something wasn't right.

    I contacted support and was told to mess with the dampening settings. I adjusted backs and fronts a couple of times with little improvement. The third time I went to adjust, both back adjusters made a loud crunch sound and one of the adjusters started turning freely, the other didn't have any detents anymore at all.

    Called support again to report this, sent videos of the problem, and also said that the fronts were rebounding multiple times over bumps. After a bunch of calls I was told they'd replace the rears but that they wanted to test the fronts. I was presented with two options:

    1) take the struts off and send them in. So I'd be without my DD until they test and decide what to do.


    2) pay for new struts and send the old ones back. I would be refunded the money for the replacements if the old ones tested bad. (if they decided they were good though, I would not get anything back and be stuck with paying twice for something I just didn't like)

    Since 50% of the kit I bought was obviously bad, I asked if I could have a refund so I can just go with something else... Apparently CS will under no circumstances give a refund but I was told repeatedly that CS stands behind their products. ("By the way, all sales are final.")

    Since I'm a single dad with one car who doesn't have any family members willing to part with their vehicles for a week or two and I also didn't think it was a good gamble of $250 to get replacements right away. I decided to tell them to forget the bouncy fronts and just send me replacements for the rears.

    That was two weeks ago and I haven't heard from anyone since.

    I've loved everything that CS has sold me up until now, this is my first interaction with customer service and it is sorely lacking. The one star is for the excellent instructions.
    After 60k miles on my CS Springs and Koni FSD Struts, the ride was unbearable. Struts were not designed for lowering springs blah blah blah. Still rode great for years so there. With some points earned, I scored a set. My techs installed it at my dealer with new oem bumpstops, mounts and bearings. They also installed my LCA bushings upgrades, oem was wasted. The ride is the ride I missed for years. Nice ride. Now to mess with stiffness. Set to 6 clicks per recommendation. Very happy.
    I must say these are the best dampers I have installed on my Speed 3. I combined the Corksport lowering springs for a package deal. The install was easy. No issues. Everything fit just as it should, just as every other purchase I have made from Corksport. I recently replaced a set of aging Koni Yellow dampers and Cobb springs with a set of Bilstein B14 coilovers. Bad move. The Bilsteins were so bouncy on normal everyday driving I could not stand driivng my car. I couldn’t believe it given the weight their brand name caries. It is hard to believe how much better the Corksport suspension feels. They are just as stiff as the Koni’s were, but much more compliant over sharp edges and road irregularities. I currently have them set to 10 clicks in front and 9 clicks in back. The car feels absolutely planted, whether on some twisty backroads or on the highway at speed. Great products. Thank you, Corksport!
    Pretty quick install and wow, I had no idea exactly how bad my OEM struts were. Great replacement with more than enough capability for everyday driving. The adjustables are easy as can be to adjust and the bushings have much better resilience to them then the originals when those were new. Feels like floating through corners, great parts.
    Out of the box the rear shock mounting bolt sheared during installation at 14ft lbs (directions list 18ft lbs as the recommended torque). Definitely thinking I should have went with a different brand now.
    Installed these on my racing beat springs (sorry corksport) after I convinced myself that my OE shocks and struts were worn out. I was very impressed with how comfortably they rode on the lower settings. I didn't realize how underdamped my system was before. What really impressed me though was when I took my car on the Suches loop in North GA over the weekend. I cranked the stiffness up and holy cow, it was a different car. My 2.5 mz3 was embarrassing by friends wrx and a focus st in the corners. They had me on the straights but it was so easy to get right on their bumper when it got twisty again. Very happy, and very impressed. Thanks Corksport!
    I had these installed with CS' lowering springs and the ride was horrible. I tried it on the softest setting and took it all the way to the stiffest setting on both front and back. They continued to bottom out on every single bump causing me to rub and the back was extremely bouncy to the point where it felt unsafe to drive. I ended up putting back on my OEM shocks after only have these on for less than 500 miles and the OEM shocks work great. Would not recommend these at all. I think I'll just stick to CS' bolt on and engine mods.
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    Go I need top hats and bearing when installing these or just top hats?

    Asked by Allen Garner | 12/15/2017, 09:07 AM | 1 answer(s)

    Do these fit a Mazda 3 08 (not the speed3)

    Asked by Luis | 09/02/2017, 09:30 AM | 1 answer(s)

    So these will lower the car if I'm on your lowering springs? If so, by how much? Or do they keep the height at which the lowering springs are currently at?

    Asked by Jonathan  | 06/29/2016, 01:42 PM | 1 answer(s)

    If one goes out can you buy a replacement

    Asked by Todd Johnson | 09/07/2016, 07:36 PM | 1 answer(s)

    Will these work with swift lowering spec-r springs? And will I need rear adjustable camber arms to aline the car right.

    Asked by Jose | 10/03/2016, 06:40 PM | 0 answer(s)

    When adjusting the dampening, do you need to lift the car up?

    Asked by Matt | 09/18/2016, 10:00 AM | 0 answer(s)

    Can these shocks and struts be rebuilt?

    Asked by Will | 06/15/2016, 07:26 PM | 1 answer(s)

    Are these able to be rebuilt? O would I need to purchase a new set if they begin to leak oil?

    Asked by Will | 06/08/2016, 10:37 AM | 1 answer(s)

    Which way to turn the tears for a stiffer setting? Eighty tighty?

    Asked by Sean | 07/24/2016, 11:00 AM | 0 answer(s)

    So this damper won't change the height difference? Especially in the front? I'm currently on swift springs and other shocks like konis would raise the front a little

    Asked by Larrison  | 04/07/2016, 11:00 AM | 1 answer(s)

    Really interested in these. Do I need to buy new bump stops for these? or do they come with them? Thanks

    Asked by Jake G. | 03/11/2016, 10:01 AM | 1 answer(s)

    When adjusting the damp levels, is it a dial you twist or are there fixed notches so that both sides will be even, if that makes sense.

    Asked by Anthony | 02/25/2016, 02:25 PM | 1 answer(s)

    Do they come in a set of 4 for 499.99?

    Asked by George | 02/03/2016, 06:04 AM | 1 answer(s)

    Do these fit both Gen 1 and Gen 2 Speed3s?

    Asked by Matt | 01/03/2016, 11:47 PM | 1 answer(s)

    Will this setup work with your lowering springs or only for oem setup?

    Asked by Chris | 01/02/2016, 09:31 AM | 1 answer(s)

    I have SWIFT spec-R springs on my mazdaspeed and I know that your struts / springs works with others that were mentioned I am just curious if they are compatible to my setup.

    Asked by Jason  | 12/30/2015, 11:08 PM | 1 answer(s)

    What all is missing in this kit? Does this come with a top mount? Dust cover sleeve? Bump stop? Would those all be things I would have to buy separate?

    Asked by Alex Bowen | 12/30/2015, 05:35 PM | 1 answer(s)

    Would I be able to adjust the front ones with the strut tower bar installed? I have a 2013 skyactiv 3.

    Asked by Mario De La Hoya | 12/22/2015, 06:06 PM | 1 answer(s)

    Skyactiv gen 2 compatible?

    Asked by Nathaniel  | 12/18/2015, 11:04 AM | 1 answer(s)

    Will these work with stock springs?

    Asked by Kelly Grillo | 11/25/2015, 08:53 AM | 1 answer(s)

    Do these shocks raise height? How do they compare to oem in all aspects of performance? Why only 2 years warranty when koni and other competitors offer lifetime warranty?

    Asked by Eliezer | 11/11/2015, 02:48 AM | 1 answer(s)

    How do these compare to the koni Yellows? Looking for autox application. And is there a video of how to adjust the rears while on the car?

    Asked by Dan | 09/20/2015, 09:50 PM | 1 answer(s)

    How do you adjust the dampening of the front struts?

    Asked by Andrew | 09/15/2015, 10:42 AM | 1 answer(s)

    The price is in canadien dollars??

    Asked by Martin cote | 08/12/2015, 03:27 PM | 1 answer(s)

    What is the projected lifespan of these shocks/struts?

    Asked by Javier Rodriguez Jr. | 06/23/2015, 07:27 AM | 1 answer(s)

    Do these struts come with an upper mount assembly and if not do you guys sell them?

    Asked by Dominic | 06/08/2015, 06:43 AM | 1 answer(s)

    Are these sold in pairs?

    Asked by Dego | 03/30/2015, 10:20 AM | 1 answer(s)

    are these camber adjustable, or do you need the camber plate you sell as well, for the front.

    Asked by Alex | 03/22/2015, 10:51 PM | 1 answer(s)

    Are these the same shocks/struts you guys sell combined with the Corksport springs for i believe its 6 something ? In need of both, so might get the package that comes with both, thanks.

    Asked by Mark | 02/17/2015, 03:40 PM | 1 answer(s)

    Is this for all four corners?

    Asked by William | 01/15/2015, 09:43 AM | 1 answer(s)

    received the Corksport Adjustable Struts/Shocks and Cobb springs for Christmas. will Cobb springs pair well with the CorkSport kit?

    Asked by David King | 01/14/2015, 06:55 AM | 1 answer(s)

    Are they rear and front ? And what the lowest they would go ?

    Asked by ramon licona | 10/21/2014, 04:16 PM | 1 answer(s)
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