Lucky for you, you have a forum full of people who have been there before who can advise on what shock settings might work well.Thanks I clearly misunderstood advice about "camber mod" Where did you get the pictures from? Just want to check out the source to learn more.
I guess that's an example of situation which made me hesitant in choosing adjustable shocks. Meaning, there's a chance to make it perform worse than stock aka make them out of whack.
Quick question: full soft on Koni is still firmer that stock, right?
Konis on full soft are more controlled than the stock shocks, but not worlds stiffer. On full stiff I found them a little too stiff for autox on concrete but some guys run the fronts that way. On stiffer settings they make a /hug/ impat in autox and give the corners of the car a ton more support when you toss it into elements. I haven’t tried the non-adjustable monotubes like the FRPP or Bilstein, but I cant imagine that a non-adjustable shock which is daily driveable would have enough damping to do that without being completely too stiff for daily driving.