Id pull the konis you have, take out the rubber stop, compress and make a mark on both halves. When compressed, turn and you will feel it latch, then turn either direction until they stop. release and see how they feel, either stiffer or softer. if soft, then you are the starting point. if hard, turn opposite until at soft end. mark direction for hard vs soft. This next part is personal opinion, and you will hear many, but it gives a good start to affect change. I would leave rears at full soft, dont even change rear springs, imo they are perfect when fresh (aka not original) Set fronts to 50%, leave rubber stop off, re install and go drive it. Then redo fronts at 75% and do same. Then lastly try 100%. You can do this on the car, just disconnect one end or the other, compress and adjust them. When you find you're happy spot, replace the bumper rubber, its slotted, so can leave shock on. My 91 is set to 50% f, 0%rear and handles great, its all personal opinion. You should not be able to push front down with one hand, rear yes, front no. IMO. if you feel like you have a good start and want fresh parts, look at the entire suspension ie all the bushings, joints, steering etc as they all make a difference. Just replacing the springs isnt going to tighten it up if rest is sloppy, will never feel and respond right. Talk to Tom Sahines or anyone else you feel you can trust. Enjoy. Peter
59 Touring Spider "AlfaOle", 63 Spider, 67 GTV, 91 Spider
Last edited by pinshaw; 03-17-2017 at 01:38 PM.