Like I said, to each his own.... However, the shocks always work, and have no idea when they are being "raced". They just damp movement, and you get a lot of the same movements and others that are even harder on the street as you do other places.

The notion that folks can't benefit from premium products because they are street drivers is just not accurate. It isn't that Koni's are race shocks for example. It's that those that do compete want the the car that works the best, many street drivers want the same thing...

And yes, AGX's are cheaper. I sell them for $400 a set, Bilstein's for $425, Tokico's for $390.... And you get what you pay for. I make no bones about the fact I'd rather drive a car on stock springs and Koni's than lowering springs, my own included (what's that tell you?), and shocks that aren't nearly as good.