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Post by Tayto.king on Wed Mar 20, 2013 9:48 pm

Out of about 15/16 Uno turbo's i've owned over the years only one of them had a full set of Koni's, a late reg black mk2. Loved the way it felt so when i see a full set of unused Koni's come up i had to have them for my new mk1 Cool Bought new and fitted to a Uno turbo that never moved & sadly rusted away over the years before being cut up in to sections and dumped by it's owner Sad



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Post by st1allstar on Wed Mar 20, 2013 10:08 pm

a red mk1 i used to own had a set of koni's on it, i remember the ride being very hard, one of the adjusters had broke so they were basically all stuck on the hardest setting,,
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Post by Tayto.king on Wed Mar 20, 2013 10:27 pm

st1allstar wrote:a red mk1 i used to own had a set of koni's on it, i remember the ride being very hard, one of the adjusters had broke so they were basically all stuck on the hardest setting,,
I had the same thing happen on my old burnt orange Punto gt, one of the rears was stuck on the hardest setting and it felt terrible.Stuck 2 standard dampers on it in the end.

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Post by doody on Thu Mar 21, 2013 1:00 am

i have adjustable shocks on mine. how do you adjust them, do you wind them in for firmer and out for softer.
'cus one side of the rear is softer then the other and i've never had adjustable ones before.
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Post by Tayto.king on Thu Mar 21, 2013 1:42 am

I know on Spax & Koni's it's clockwise for harder & anti-clockwise for softer.
Start from one end and count the clicks in to match both sets of shocks.

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Post by doody on Thu Mar 21, 2013 2:28 am

Tayto.king wrote:I know on Spax & Koni's it's clockwise for harder & anti-clockwise for softer.
Start from one end and count the clicks in to match both sets of shocks.

yeah that's what i thought, great thanks
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Post by unot190bhp on Thu Mar 21, 2013 12:07 pm

the rear shocks have a button under the plastic dust cover push it in and twist m8 there should only be 3 settings if they r like ma koni adjustables
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Post by doody on Fri Mar 22, 2013 6:27 am

unot190bhp wrote:the rear shocks have a button under the plastic dust cover push it in and twist m8 there should only be 3 settings if they r like ma koni adjustables

ok thanks, think mine are koni too
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