CDA Ben wrote:If it's the D2 coilovers, then you can try tightening the springs to increase spring rate, and lengthening the whole strut (done by the adjust right at the bottom). This may solve the problem with bottoming out, although you could just as easily screw up the handling of the car. Make sure you note exactly what settings all the adjustments were before you start playing around, because if you forget, then good luck to playing around trying to get the old settings back as it's a never-ending forward backward process of trial and error.
Alternatively, the shock might be leaking and you can bottom out more easily if that happens. Unlikely for the shock to fail completely as you'ld definitely notice that.
KaTaLy5t wrote:I have the same problem with my TOMS coilovers Dan. I don't know if I can adjust the dampening. If I put any weight in the back I scrape on speed ramps and bumps and I can't drive that fast on a country road!
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