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I know KONIs are adjustable...can you set the shocks to the softer end than the firm end and still not worry about them giving way after a few thousand (10k, 20k, 30k) miles?<br> <br>
 
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I would recommend that you set them to 2 (medium).

At 2, the ride should not be harsh, and you'll still notice the performance enhancements from it. Soft was far to bouncy for me. As for worrying about them giving way, they should be able to last at any setting. Koni, Bilstein, and Kleemann shocks are warrantied for their lifetime.
 
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Yes, H&R's and KONIs...*BUT* I want to get the camber bolt adjustments so the car won't have (m)

so it won't have negative camber in the rears. <br> <br> So, I'm looking at about $1100 for the shocks, springs, and extra camber bolt adjustmets (from RENNTech)...I'll have to ask Peter/Lee about k-mac's camber bols.<br> <br>
 
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I had the slightest negative camber when I had the Koni's. I wouldn't worry about it.

A little negative camber is good.
 
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