Well, with fast_ss1's help I threw mine in today.
Still need to AutoX on them to be sure, but so far I'm impressed! On "6", they are about as stiff as the Koni shocks were on "full firm" in front and "4/5 firm" in back (with 30K miles). Since I like that amount of stiffness on the street, I'll leave them there.
On "12", they are REAL freaking stiff
. It's not quite like putting steel bars in place of the shocks, but it feels a bit like it
Didn't try the "soft" settings yet....
I definitely like the adjustability of them (like the Konis) and how EASY it is to adjust them (very UNlike the Konis!). Can adjust all 4 shocks in about 3 minutes!
I have an AutoX next Sunday at Candlestick....a VERY bumpy asphalt lot (gee, build a parking lot that is on LANDFILL in an earthquake prone area.....yep, it's gonna settle a bit [img]smile.gif[/img]). Put it this way : course designers on that lot have to carefully plan things to avoid getting cars AIRBORN! For that lot, I'll probably try 7-8 or so on the shocks and see what happens. On smoother lots, I'm guessing that even stiffer will work better.