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Old 06-28-2012, 02:43 AM   #1
oguitar
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Default Koni inserts with STi springs. Time to dial in.

I have finally finished installing my koni inserts with STi springs. Now I need to dial them in a little. I am using the skidpad part of the Dynolicous app to help me see what is going on. I can feel the improvements but this is a little better.


Stock


Another one with stock worn struts where I really almost broke loose.


Rear koni's and STi springs installed.


All 4 Koni inserts and STi springs.

So now I have to dial the inserts in. I wish there was a click or some kind of indicator that would help me turn exactly the same on each test.

My question is this should I dial in the rears first and then move to the fronts? I am doing this on a small curvy back road by my house. It is not heavily travelled and I only test during times when people are normally sleeping. I am keeping my speed close to 40 MPH on all tests. On the stock worn out struts I was probably going slower because it did not feel safe. I am making sure my iPhone is steady while taking the test.

Any help would be appreciated.
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