Bump stops for Progress springs and Koni Sport shocks Setup?

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Bump stops for Progress springs and Koni Sport shocks Setup?

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Brian,

I plan to upgrade the suspension of my otherwise stock MX-5 2010 GT PRHT with Progress springs and Koni shocks, and possibly anti-sway bars afterward. I don't know whether to change the bump stops or keep the OEM bump stops when I perform the conversion. Which aftermarket bump stops should I choose if they need to be changed? My aim is to improve the suspension performance for the street. The current suspension is way too soft and bouncy even though the car came with the suspension package. The car only has 8000 miles. I don't plan to race the car but enjoy spirited driving around curves and high speed bends.
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Re: Bump stops for Progress springs and Koni Sport shocks Se

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Michele wrote:Brian,

I plan to upgrade the suspension of my otherwise stock MX-5 2010 GT PRHT with Progress springs and Koni shocks, and possibly anti-sway bars afterward. I don't know whether to change the bump stops or keep the OEM bump stops when I perform the conversion. Which aftermarket bump stops should I choose if they need to be changed? My aim is to improve the suspension performance for the street. The current suspension is way too soft and bouncy even though the car came with the suspension package. The car only has 8000 miles. I don't plan to race the car but enjoy spirited driving around curves and high speed bends.
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