Originally Posted by haberkorn
Yup I've gotta order some other things from those guys anyway. Those were on the list.
Im more concerned about getting the proper settings on the dpsecs for the springs.
When I had my Dspecs, the "best" adjustment really seemed to be a moving target, based upon what I was doing with the car (and my mood lol).
Although TIC says that 4 to 5 tffs was about the right dampening for their springs, I would turn them up much higher (~2 tffs) and was putting up better lap times in autox. The times may have been due to me driving better, but at the autox courses, 4 to 5 tffs felt too soft to me.
Then there were days that I was tired of bouncing around on city streets, and turned them down to 7 tffs...buttery smooth!
Granted I was on RCE Yellow's, which have pretty high spring rates (295 f and 275 r), right around 5tffs seemed to be a pretty good balance. I would guess that right around 5 tffs will be a pretty good balance for your springs, although you may choose to soften/firm up the dampening depending on where you're driving. That's the beauty of adjustable struts!