How Do I Adjust My KONI Shocks?

Independently adjustable in both compression and rebound this series racing shock absorbers offer over 140 different combinations and rebound, to finely tune the chassis for maximum performance. Do not place KONI shock in a vise.



 

Figure 3: Do not place the shock absorber in a vise (except at the lower eye) See figure 2. General Precaution - Do not place the piston rod in a vice, nor cause damage to the rod surface.

 

 

Figure 1: Move pin left or right to
increase rebound forces (counter-clockwise) Rebound - Insert a pin into the slotted adjuster located at the top eye (figure 1). Moving the pin from left to right (counterclockwise) will cause the forces to increase. From the minimum or factory positions, there are 12 possible sweeps of adjustment ( 1 sweep equals 1/4 turn).

 

Figure 2: Turn screw from left to right to increase compression forces (clockwise)Compression - Insert a screwdriver into the lower adjustment device (figure 2). Turning the screw driver from left to right (clockwise) will cause the forces to increase. From the minimum or factory positions, there are 12 possible "clicks" of adjustment.

KONI compression adjustment