Club - Progress vs Roadster springs - Comfort

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Guyndclub
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Club - Progress vs Roadster springs - Comfort

Post by Guyndclub »

Hello,

I know that you said the OEM Bilstein are working well with Roadster Sport springs... but I still hesitate between the Progress and the Roadster sport as I'd like to keep the comfort level as close as possible to stock levels (I own a 2016 ND Club and do not track).

Comfort wise, as the OEM Bilstein are well matched to Roadster springs, can I expect almost the same level comfort with the Roadster sport (vs the Progress vs stock springs)?

Thanks... GUY
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Re: Club - Progress vs Roadster springs - Comfort

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It's close, depends on the road imperfection. Over the bigger undulations the higher rate RoadsterSport springs keep you out of the bumpstops more, yet they transfer more of the minor imperfections because they are higher rate. Overall if comfort is the highest priority then I suggest staying with the Progress Springs.
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Re: Club - Progress vs Roadster springs - Comfort

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And the B8’s with Progress might be even more comfy, especially with your bumpstops?
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That's right, more travel with the B8s.
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