I just ordered my springs, and need one more week to get the money for the struts. I was going to just buy the kyb/agx's cause really thats all I can afford.Bryanmoe said:i was running the KYB AGX's, but took em off so i could put my car for sale. I have felt the Koni Yellows, and I was so pissed i didnt wait to get the money together for these shocks! The Koni yellows are hands down the best shocks out there.
Well you have to play with them. The Konis do not have numbers on them. You will know where the firm and soft settings are by the knob that they send you to adjust them. I have mine set on 1 full turn in the back and 1/2 a turn on the front. I am going to keep playing with them until I find the right setting for me.Psyk0tic said:Tenchi - I'm about to get Koni yellows also, but was wondering how do you know what adjustiments you make to the shocks? For example the KYB agxs have numbers, but Konis don't do they? How do I know if I'm on firm setting or stiff? Also whats a good balance to set the konis to? I have a pro kit on my car.
I couldn't help noticing, you're selling your car? I thought you absolutely loved your car!! Oh and, are you still trying to join the force?Bryanmoe said:i was running the KYB AGX's, but took em off so i could put my car for sale. I have felt the Koni Yellows, and I was so pissed i didnt wait to get the money together for these shocks! The Koni yellows are hands down the best shocks out there.
who doesnt want TEIN? but how much is that shit? very $$ill ph8ed said:I have eibach sportline with koni yellows, they are very nice, good ride quality, good response, lowered on the 15" only half finger, will looks perfect on 17", but if i have to choose again, i will get the full coilover system like tein...