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KYB STRUTS #125285 Mar 14, 1:17pm Mar 14, 1:17pm
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KYB STRUTS
Does anyone have any pic's of the adjustables (AGX).
I ordered some but I dont get how I will be able to adjust them while on the car. Because right now there is the black cover that is over the stock. Does it come off of what??

Re: KYB STRUTS [Re: SeeULater] #125286 Mar 14, 1:38pm Mar 14, 1:38pm
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The way you adjust the front is you put a little knob on an exposed pin at the top of each front strut in the engine bay. You have to do the same thing with the knob to the rear struts but the problem is that the trunk plastics are in the way. You'll have to remove the side plastics in order to adjust them. I hope that answers your questions.

Re: KYB STRUTS [Re: SeeULater] #125287 Mar 14, 4:25pm Mar 14, 4:25pm
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Originally Posted by SeeULater
Does anyone have any pic's of the adjustables (AGX).
I ordered some but I dont get how I will be able to adjust them while on the car. Because right now there is the black cover that is over the stock. Does it come off of what??
You have to use the litle screww driver to change the levels on the front (KYB comes with it) , and you have to turn the litle weel on the rear to change the levels.
P.S.Trunk plasticks - bitch...
P.P.S. I have my level on "2" - mid soft.

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Re: KYB STRUTS [Re: SeeULater] #125288 Mar 14, 4:34pm Mar 14, 4:34pm
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Thanks!!
I was going to get those sportlines. How do you like them?

Re: KYB STRUTS [Re: SeeULater] #125289 Mar 14, 4:41pm Mar 14, 4:41pm
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Originally Posted by SeeULater
Thanks!!
I was going to get those sportlines. How do you like them?

I really like 'em. I use to have "No name " coil overs for 2-3 month and ride feels really shitty,but after the Sportlines installation ride looks and feels very nice, but little bit stiffer than a stock .
P.S. KYB shocks are very nice, but I think that Eibach shocks will be much better with Sportlines (It's specially design for each other) wave


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