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OOOoooo.. Yellow Koni's I have a friend that liked them in his Alfa

GTV.

john

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Hey Al, I met you on the Ferry while you were on the way to Portland. I have red's on the back and "classics" on the front, they're the equivelent of the old yellows. I'd set them on full hard mine don't seem too harsh for me. They sure make speed bumps alot of fun, as well as round-a-bouts. Well enjoy your new toy's. There are few things in this world quite as lovely as shiney new parts.

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Hey Michael,

I was reading the Koni instructions, and they say not to adjust them. It says to put them straight in, as is. Apparently the adjustment is designed to stiffen them up as they get old.

Al

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I like them. They are set towards the softer setting. Use them with H&R progessives. Good combo.

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Running 225/50-15 rear and 205/50-15 fronts. Car was real flat.

BTW- I still have all my fillings, so they are not that rough.

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I have yellow konis on my 74tii.. Sort of stiff, v e r y solid.

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