Yep, everyone reports they're not for the Viggen or Aero, quite why I don't really know, however I can assure you they DO fit.
I have a certain Lightning Blue car on the drive outside, with Koni adjustables on :cheesy: . They are a huge improvement over the standard dampers at pretty much any setting and imo worth every penny.
Try importrp.com. The web site sucks, but they are good If they don't have them listed just call... they ship for free which means they usually come out cheaper than tirerack.com. They found me a set (direct form Koni) when everyone was whining that there were no Koni's available. You can get the numbers off the Koni site to make sure you get the right ones.where did you purchase your adjustables from? i am mainly trying to find out if you got yours from genuine saab or another google retailer
The only thing you are adjusting with them is the damping, no height adjustment. But, I think it's a big feature in these cars as the suspensions are so funky that you need every advantage you can get. Once you get it dialed in it's oh so nice.How much did you pay for yours Bob? Can they alter height at all? Or is just firmness that's affected?
Yep... and 'steins have better compression damping, but they're not adjustable. There's no perfect world, everything is a compromise.Just to be clear Koni's are only user adjustable for rebound and not compression damping although you can get it done at the factory. Koni even state this is to be left at minimum and increased only to compensate for wear. I'll leave others with more knowledge to explain the effects on handling of increasing rebound damping or having insufficient compression damping.