Sensen Shocks & Struts Reviews

Posted: October 11, 2011 in Uncategorized

The readers of this blog know that I am a big fan of SENSEN Shocks & Struts. I get a lot of questions about their quality. I am a big fan of SENSEN for the following reasons:

1) They are a dual-chamber nitrogen gas charged shock much like KYB GR2s
2) They use the same Japanese-made NOK seals that KYB uses (the part of the strut that is most likely to fail)
3) Unlike low-end shocks in SENSEN’s price category, SENSEN’s have a powder-coated finish that protects it from rust
4) You can tell a big weight difference between Sensen’s and lower-priced struts.

You don’t have to take my word for it. Here is what some of’s most valued customers have to say:

“I put sensen struts on my 2003 civic lx and lowered it 2 inches on skunk 2 lowering springs. installing them wasnt bad. the ride felt factory. not one complaint about them. i have a 92 civic now and the previous owner lowered it on factory struts. i definitely plan on replacing them with sensen. “


“The ride is fantastic. Don’t look any where else.  Overnight delivery was awesome!  Great look and not to mention a great ride.  “


“I recently replaced all four struts on our 2006 Camry, and what a difference!  The rears were the most worn out, and the new ones corrected the squatting when accelerating, and the tail-lift when braking.  Perhaps the best part was the price, I felt I wasn’t getting overcharged.  Can’t beat this deal!”

~Dan Q

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  1. johny248 says:

    I recently purchased front and rear Sensen’s from for our ’08 Beetle. Shipping was fast. The parts look like good quality. Ride is good, however it is a little bouncier than with the OEM Sachs, mainly from the rear. All in all for the money they are nice. The rear shocks could use a little bitter higher damping rate though.

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