With Nancy finally off jack stands, we were super stoked to see how our 91 Honda CRX Si looked with a slightly lower stance. Unfortunately we weren't quite done...
If you recall from our Koni installation post, we wanted to go for a slightly lower "factory" look. The theory was to use our stock springs while utilizing Koni's lower perch setting. As you can see from the above image, it worked on the front but not in the rear.
Heres another angle. Yes, the rear struts are set to Koni's lowest setting.
The only thing left to do at this point is to take out the front shocks and move the perch up to its "stock" setting. This will raise the front of the car and balance out the rear, thus closing the wheel gap.
One last shot before it goes back up on jack stands. So for those of you planning on just replacing your worn out struts with Koni Yellows, make sure the rears are at the lowest setting and the fronts are set to the highest.
We'll report back shortly for what we hope will be the final post about shocks. Stay tuned!