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Re: Koni sport advice

Data point time;

This discussion is about the Koni Yellows or Sport inserts. These are
adjustable for rebound only. That is, compression is fixed from the
factory.  I'm running these inserts on my coil overs with 225# front and
275# rear springs. I set the rear inserts at about 50% and find there is
less bounce (my seat of pants) with the fronts at full stiff (100%) on the

'87 4Kq

> From: Todd Phenneger <phen9461@uidaho.edu>
> To: Jay Rabe <brabe@snet.net>
> Cc: Quattro List <quattro@coimbra.ans.net>
> Subject: Re: Koni sport advice
> Date: Tuesday, May 05, 1998 11:27 PM
> shocks are set one turn out from hard.  If you hit a bump hard in my car
> your toung better not be between your teeth.  Big bumps hit very hard. 
> If you have stiff springs you should set the shocks softer.  I am
> 	uhh, you got that backwards.  Stiffer springs need stiffer shocks,
> softer springs need softer shocks.