Is the ride adjustment a mechanical adjustment on the shock itself so that they are adjusted individually? Or is it an electronic adjustment similar to the OEM system on the twin turbo coupes?
Hey Gregory, the dampening adjustment (ride stiffness) is done by turning knobs on the top of the coilovers, so they are normally adjusted manually, one at a time. Most people cut holes in the rear rear shock tower finisher pieces to access them, or just set them and forget them. Tein is unique in that they support their EDFC system, which allows for electronically-controlled adjustments made in the cabin. So while it wouldn't work with the factory system, that functionality actually can be replicated w