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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-19-2006, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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Adjustable Shocks?

Hey guys,
I did a search on the suspension forum for "Adjustable" and came up with nothing. I'm looking for an externally adjustable shock, prefferbly compression and reboud both. I'm looking to get a set for the front and rear, and just looking to see what my options are.

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Koni are the most popular adjustable ones. You don't have the ARC (SC only option) so don't worry about the "eliminates electronic adjustment"

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'SD' is right, Koni's are the most popular adjustable ones.

Here's the link for "Koni Infinitely Adjustable Shocks - Set of 4" from SCP:

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The standard Konis for MN-12 cars adjust compression and rebound at the same time. For some applications, Koni can modify the shocks to have separate adjustments. Not sure if this applies to MN-12 shocks or not.

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