Reviewed By Steven C (South Glastonbury, CT) Reviewed for a 1986 Toyota Celica —11/1/2010 10:42 AM
The good: Shocks are easily adjusted, fit well in OEM strut housing, dampening rate may be set similar to stock, or at mid point of adjustment similar to Bilstein HD (have not set on full firm yet,New England roads are very bumpy). The bad: "Instructions" are horrible, A Google search is the best way to get info re install details. The directions refer to several different shocks and include very little in the way of written instruction,(mostly symbols). Koni tech support is not very reliable as far as call-backs, they never returned my call. In the end they were installed with no problems,in my driveway.