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If you haven't heard, Koni has released a part # for the 2013 Focus ST.

If you have lowering springs, you can match your struts and shocks with 5 way adjustable Koni yellows.




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I'm guessing these can only be adjusted off the car?
Only the old style was this way. The Mk1 Focus offerings the fronts were always adjustable on-car and the new-style rear shocks could be adjusted from inside the hatch. The old rears required you to unbolt from the knuckle, compress fully, and turn.

What about the non-adjustable koni orange str.t shock, any plans for those?
Don't bother. They're CRAP.
 

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I used to have the Koni reds on my Mustang and they were awesome.
 

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Str.t was actually very nice and affordable. Had them on my stang with FRPP and it was an awesome combo. I might have to really consider some yellows for the ST however.

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Yeah, I actually liked the oranges. They're basically the yellows set to the softest setting. Plus, I got a set for my mustang for like 300 bucks! I'm sure I'll get these yellows in the near future.
 

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Ah, 5 damping/rebound position or detents.

Totally different than 5 way, which to me means, 5 adjustable parameters. Like say for example double adjustable konis, where you can adjust for damping and compression independently - that is "2 -way".

I prefer old koni way of counting 1/4 turns to dial in your suspension.
 
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