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    Tuning my Koni suspension?

    I currently have dinan tuned Koni yellow shocks and struts. They are adjustable up front and on the rears, I wantto turn them a quarter turn firmer, however I can't remember if you have to turn them clockwise or counter clockwise to make them stiffer. I also don't know where the adjustment knobs are located on the shock and strut. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks guys!
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    I don't know much about these suspension setups but Matt@Camber-Toe would likely be the guy you want to talk to.

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    How do I get in touchw ith Matt, is that his email? Matt@camber-toe.com?
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    How do I get in touchw ith Matt, is that his email? Matt@camber-toe.com?
    You can pm him here: http://www.bimmerboost.com/member.ph...att-Camber-Toe

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    Don't know about your setup, but usually clockwise will increase the siffness and counter-clockwise will decrease it.
    in most cases, all you have to do is fit the adjustable knob to the top of the damper and turn it clockwise.

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