this worked well for me also, i kept the beefier part of the bumpstop on the car.deMad10 said:You know how there are 4 progressively larger sections to the bumpstop starting from the shock end? Well I just cut off the bottom two sections. Other people have their techniques, but this has worked for me.
yea man you got to cut them a lil.mantic6t9 said:The instructions that came with my neuspeed race springs it said not to cut the bumpstops. This is for a 93 si hb. I too though they should be cut but i didn't do it. I was going to when i installed my koni yellows but again i didn't thinking neuspeed knows what their talking about. But now i think i hitting it everytime i go over big bumps.
it just allows more travel with the shock before you bump into something...over rough/bumpy surfaces...if the bumpstop isnt trimmed the shock will hit the bumpstop before it would if was trimmed and the ride wont be as good over rough surfaces because bouncing off the bumpstops is crappy...but you should still try and get them all even.CiViC 00 said:does it affect eveness of a drop how u cut it?