All Koni's are adjustable ... just remove them, collapse completely and then turn clockwise to increase stiffness.mister said:Hello all!
I'm not happy with the stiffness with regard to the KONI CLASSIC Shocks.....I've been searching for KONI SPORTS (yellow) with the hope that this will settle the situations.
Any adivise on shocks!! where should I purchase?
Thanks in advance
Reminds me a comment made by Jim Hayes about setting up a race car: "The first nut you need to tighten up is the one behind the steering wheel."George Willet said:...
I use red Konys for the race cars I build, and the yellow Konys for the VERY good drivers with VERY stiff suspension.
Adjust them like the Kony web site says, or as Carroll Smith's Tune To ... books suggest.
Hope this helps, George Willet
Note: The valving of the red Kony's in the softest setting, is the same as the stock Spica shocks for the '65 through '74 Alfa GTV, per Kony.