Re: Back stepping out
several things. firstly, your alignment/toe could be off making the rear a bit more skittish.
secondly, the koni adjustability isn't there to tune for driving conditions like racing dampers. you set it once based on the spring rate - there's really only one setting that works - and then tighten up as it wears, again to match your springs.
so how do you adjust koni dampers? you have to have a sensitive behind. drive on full soft for about 100-200kms (to break in the dampers when new). then slowly increase damping until it feels like the car is neither underdamped (more than 1 oscillation before settling after a bump) or overdamped (harshness in the ride, high frequency oscillations on wavy roads).
the konis are quite sensitive. even turning one notch will make a noticeable difference to the ride. once you get the correct setting the first time, you only tighten up when you feel the ride getting soft/underdamped again as the dampers wear.
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