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Old 10-20-2012, 06:18 PM   #15
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sdlcrazier,

Sorry I don't know which year they switched but my 05 had the adjustable Koni's.

The adjustable Koni's are Red in color and there are directions on their web page as to how to adjust. You do not have to completely remove them, as I recall you extend them and turn clockwise for more stiffness.
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Thanks John. I will look at their website and go under my coach to see. Have a good rest of the weekend!!
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I did go with a set of the FSD's and after 20K miles they sucked. They were no better than the ones I replaced. The FSD might be ok for a light weight gasser but for a heavy pusher such as a CC, they suck.

Good infomation for those with the heavy DP's, though I have read a few posts where folks with DP's have installed the FSD's with favorable results, but guess they don't work for all DP's wonder if the type of suspension has anything to do with it?

Anyway, thanks for the heads up.
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