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Let the people doing the alignment struggle with a alan key lol but probably won’t get the best alignment or get the grinder and cut a little bit of the dome off to get to the plates this method was suggested by a alignment shop to me but didn’t go through with it.
 

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Let the people doing the alignment struggle with a alan key lol but probably won’t get the best alignment or get the grinder and cut a little bit of the dome off to get to the plates this method was suggested by a alignment shop to me but didn’t go through with it.
That’s what I was afraid of! What did you end up doing? Did you ever get your front aligned? Just saw this on Amazon. I might have to order and give this to tech whoever is doing alignment, and be like do your thing lol

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How do you adjust the damping on your flex z?
On the front the pic I posted above that black knob you turn it clockwise to make it stiffer and counterclockwise to make the ride softer with each click with up to 16 ways of adjusting. The rear it’s pita because you have to take off the wheel to make the adjustments. But I just set it to the recommend settings with 8 clicks counter clockwise from the stiffest setting on the rears, and 7 clicks on the front from the stiffest setting.

Edit: forgot to mention Tein also has electronic damping force controller (EDFC) that you can install on top of the adjustable dampers, which you can control from the inside of your vehicle. Kind of wish I spent the few extra bucks to get these installed tbh

 

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On the front the pic I posted above that black knob you turn it clockwise to make it stiffer and counterclockwise to make the ride softer with each click with up to 16 ways of adjusting. The rear it’s pita because you have to take off the wheel to make the adjustments. But I just set it to the recommend settings with 8 clicks counter clockwise from the stiffest setting on the rears, and 7 clicks on the front from the stiffest setting.

Edit: forgot to mention Tein also has electronic damping force controller (EDFC) that you can install on top of the adjustable dampers, which you can control from the inside of your vehicle. Kind of wish I spent the few extra bucks to get these installed tbh

I want!
 
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