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adjusting koni yellows?

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by bdogggut34, May 31, 2004.

  1. bdogggut34

    bdogggut34 Senior Member

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    So i finally go back home and have a closer look at the $450 92 si hatch i picked up at an auction and found that its sitting on koni yellows and Tsudo coilovers. It also is etched on the side of the konis "adjustable". I was wondering how you actually adjust them? Also, its not running at this point so i cant actually feel how it rides but does anyone know if this is an ok setup for street use? I know the konis are good but how are they paired with the Tsudo's?? thanks
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    are they yellow or red?
     
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    there is a knob on the top of the strut rod. Just twist it. Koni recomends that you do not adjust to full max or full soft.
     
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    if that's not recommended, why do they even bother with those settings?
     
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    I have no clue. Go check out Koni's site and you will see that they don't recomend it because it will shorten the shocks life. I think that is with any adjustable shock that your not recommened to go full extreme.
     
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