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Old 15-Apr-2005, 09:57 PM
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i'm new to the suspension tuning world, a lot of people reccomend koni reds, and KYB GR-2's when they say adjustable, what does that mean?

oh and another thing, i'm planning to put a buddy blub rear bumper and a type r or JUN front lip, if i lowered my car 1.75 in the front and 1.5 in the back, would it still look too high, i still want to be able to get over speed bumps, with out the whole sidways thing

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Adjustable with reference to KYB AGX (I'm not sure about GR2s) is the amount of damping...distance of travel. The AGX have settings from 1 ( stock) to 4 (stiff, tight ride).

I think the koni reds work the same way. Koni yellows are ride height adjustable.

1.75/1.5 drop is moderate. I have 1.8 in the front and 1.6 in the rear, and for the most part I'm satisfied. I have no problems with speedbumps, and it looks good.
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KYB GR2's = stock shocks
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