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Postby Apexcone » Fri Aug 14, 2015 6:23 am

Morning Brian

How much difference does running the Koni's full hard front & rear make and what characteristics does it introduce to the car ?



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Re: Koni

Postby Brian » Fri Aug 14, 2015 8:42 am

Koni for NC lowers the car about half an inch compared with stock shocks, which is side effect of change from monotubes to twin tube and lower pressure design of the Koni.

You can adjust the Koni from soft to hard and that gives you more control over both ride...and balance of the car. So, during autocross event if you want the back end to rotate better you dial the rear stiffer and the front softer, etc.
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