And it's comfortable?
Exactly what I was going to say. I was comfortable with my 8k/8k setup when the car was used as a grocery getter, weekend warrior and for autocross. It ran great for what I did at the time, but when the car’s purpose changed around, it didn’t work anymore. There is no right or only one answer for suspension comfort.
comfort is subjective.
I was comfortable in my 16k/15k setup, but no-one else is.
I daily on my 10k, 12k setup ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Ebricky, all of this. If you’re thinking you’re going to find a coilovers that rides like stock it won’t happen. Even nice, soft spring rates coilovers with nice dampeners(KW V3’s for example) ride a lot more stiff than stock springs/struts.
So yea, completely depends on you. What is stiff or soft to you could be an extreme to someone else on one end of spectrum or the other. If you’re really curious, go ride around on different coilovers and make your decision. I’d advise finding coilovers with good dampeners though. Ohlins, KW, RCE, etc. I’d avoid Racelands and cheap Tein’s. People don’t realize how much dampeners help with ride quality.
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