I contacted pro shock inc, but the cost as 1300 for a set with the conversion to the rears. a little pricey but maybe the only option.Racing Maniac had a way of adjusting his modified rear Koni Sports from the topside.. His method is buried in one of his posts, but I haven't been able to find it. Please let me know where and if you find this information - my search ability is pretty limited!
The shocks Racing Maniac had were modified by Pro Parts in Southern California. Contact there is Jeff Wong per Lee Grimes from Koni America.
I contacted TC Kline about the noted adjustable shocks. They are no longer available for our cars.
they've had issues with springs on that kit. virtually no one has used that setup so you wont be able to find feedback on itSacs has an inverted mono tube, front and rear with the adjuster on the bottom.
It adjust both bump and rebound at the same time, which is not optimal, but the adjustment is easy.
Thanks for the PM, but I never received it.I think I paid something like that. I supplied my own set of Koni Yellows(bought off someone new for $600), had the front converted to DA and the rears to SA but externally adjustable.
I PM'd you the adjustment method. You basically had to cut the wheel liner to get yourself a hole to access the top of the shock, and you have to make a tool for it from a Koni knob too and a ratchet wrench.
I did not adjust from the interior, too many layers of sheet metal we need to get through to get there. You can adjust from the wheel wells, if you have the upper knob from the modified rear shocks.
Once you have the knob, to access it normally you need to have a section of the rear wheel liners cut out so you can get to the adjuster(legal per rule). I had to make a tool from a ratchet wrench(gear wrench, whatever you call those, one with a switch to change direction as opposed to flipping it over) and the core of a Koni adjuster. JB weld the 2 parts together and you can adjust the shock with the corner in droop(easier, gives you more work space). My normal work flow for a weekend is I adjust the shock for an event when I swap wheels(I drive DD normally at full soft, for dry, warm events I will run them at full stiff, if I need to do any adjustments mid run I might just lift the car up enough to access the adjuster).