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Are the shocks from a Pro 4X compatible with an SV or do they have different mountings between the two? I was looking to add the Pro 4X Bilsteins onto my 2018 SV.

Also are they a decent upgrade or should I be looking at another option?

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Direct bolt in.
Pro-4x sits higher because the tires are taller. Springs might have a touch more lift. Shocks alone do nothing for height.

Don't understand the above comment. Are you asking what it would cost?
 

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shocks do not provide lift.
Direct bolt in.
Pro-4x sits higher because the tires are taller. Springs might have a touch more lift. Shocks alone do nothing for height.

Don't understand the above comment. Are you asking what it would cost?
Assume OP will swap in both shock and coil spring. Pro4x has a higher spring rate than the other springs
The Yellow bilsteins are also longer than the black SV shock.
Yes the dampening part of shocks do not have an effect on ride height. But the lower spring perch and the overall length does.
 

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I had a 2012 SL then traded it in for a 2012 PRO-4X , The PRO- 4X had a much cushier / softer ride than the SL ....but part of that feeling was most likely from going from 18" rims to 16" rims.
 
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