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OEM Trophy Springs

Discussion in 'Clio Trophy Discussion' started by Frp422, Apr 11, 2016.

  1. Ads_1982

    Ads_1982

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    Sorry nooby here.How much are Mark fish springs and are they better than cooksport
     
  2. Claude

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    Incorrect.

    Cooksport springs don't offer as compliant a ride at low speeds on broken surfaces as I found the Eibach Sportlines did, but that's just my personal experience.

    Welcome aboard Ads!

    Can you define what 'better' means? That will help people give you the most objective response.
     
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  3. Mikeyjp

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    I think the MF ones snap less :tongueout:
     
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  4. Ads_1982

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    I had cooks on a 172 cup and found them quite harsh and a bit over hyped.
     
  5. Mossyv6

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    Had Cooksports on my Trophy and were a harsh ride, recently swapped them for red Eibach Sportlines and wow what a difference!! The Eibachs are awesome!
     
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    Having just recently got a 7 series, it is amusing seeing 'compliant ride' being mentioned regarding the Trophy. :smiley:
     
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    lol... wafting along over building debris in a 7 series.
     
  8. Peter O'connor

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    I have found cooksports to be pretty good, had them on my attic blue 182 and trophy which I did 10,000 miles in last year! I would say they provide a very firm ride so not something which everyone will like.
     
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    After running standard, cooksport and Mark Fish springs on my trophy. I found the mark springs where by far the best in ride and bumps. Miles better than the stiffer and shorter travel RS133.
     

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