Re: 156 Koni Shocker Setup
Theoretically Koni adjustables are only adjustable for wear so they should initially be set to 'soft'.
I find that the easiest way to adjust then from here , assuming that they need it, is to drive over a speed hump at normal speed (ie do not drive fast but at a reasonable speed)and determine if the car bounces after going over the speed hump. You might find that the front bounces slighly and the rear does not. I would then adjust to just remove the bounce in the suspension. I think that I have 1/2 a turn adjustment on the front of my 147 and standard soft on the rear. I found I did not need to stiffen rear.
This method will give you best compromise for road use. If you stiffen dampers/shocks too much ,the ride will rapidly deteriorate.