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Old 04-12-2019, 12:04 PM
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Ive tried running a search but no luck. Does anyone know the Boge (not Porsche) part number for a rear replacement shock on an 85 S2? My old ones had no pressure and I had to cut them off to get the bottom pin out (that was a fun 4 hours just to get one side out)

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Old 04-12-2019, 12:20 PM
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Also are the rear shocks the same between ans S2 and an s4? They look similar!
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Originally the rears were 928 333 051 08 for 78-86.0, then changed to 928 333 051 16 for Boge, -12 for Bilstein, and -17 for Boge Red. Honestly I'm not sure whether there's a difference between 78-86.0 and 87-95 Boges. It looks like Porsche will sell you the -08 shock for $325 each vs. the -16 for nearly $400 each, so I assume they're different somehow in terms of valving. But from a fitment standpoint, any Boge will fit any year 928.

The Boge # for non-sport rears is 1-0701-32-428-B. For Boge reds, it's 1-0201-32-428-C




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Old 04-12-2019, 04:45 PM
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Thanks very helpful. Boge less then half the price of other brands here in the UK (£80) but advertised as only suitable for cars built after 08/85 for some reason
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Suspension changed for 1986 model year in the rest of the world, while US cars only saw that change after vins ending > 1000.
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