Koni Fsd Vs. Koni Sport


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here's a Q does any one know if the rear Koni's on the FSD's have changed the adjuster which required you to remove the shock from the car to adjust it...a lot of other cars have the adjustment on the top of the dampner like the fronts

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here's a Q does any one know if the rear Koni's on the FSD's have changed the adjuster which required you to remove the shock from the car to adjust it...a lot of other cars have the adjustment on the top of the dampner like the fronts

I believe the FSDs are non-adjustable.

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Question, what do most of the people here that have the Koni yellow's have it set at? I know it's 4 way adjustable, but what do you guys set it at?

My Koni "Yellows" are set "softest" i.e. least amount of rebound damping. I have fronts & rears on factory springs

There isn't a whole lot of difference adjusting the fronts, but the rears get Lowered-Ricer-Bobble-Head stiff when maxed out! :lol:

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You can firm up the front pretty well with the adjustable shocks. On full soft they aren't too bad, but if you crank them down you will have a bumpy ride up front. I have only had the rears set at about 1/3 setting and that gets fairly rough in the back. I also have 1.4" lowering springs which probably adds a little bit to the rough ride. It is still very tolerable, but you notice bumps more. I'm sure the poly bushing, strut bar and IPD sways also add to the stiffer ride.

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fsd are not adjustable.

had a chance to ride koni sport + hr springs on an s70.. nufan's car in fact. the ride was better than the bilstein hd on tme/ipd springs, and probably better than bilstein hd on stock springs too... it was fine on stiffest and on softest, relative to the bilsteins anyway.

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