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Old 08-20-2019, 06:49 PM   #19
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I'm also on b8's with tein stechs. I cut the factory bumpstop. All seems well so far
Thanks for the feedback.
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Old 12-16-2019, 07:17 PM   #20
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Gotcha, thanks for the input.

To clarify, I'm not the OP and that wasn't my picture. I'm just in a similar position where I'm running Tein S. Tech springs and am about to replace the OEM shocks/struts with the B8's. I'm happy to buy the FEBI stops, new OEM stops and use at full size or new OEM stops and cut. Just trying to find the ideal setup.

Since my B8 struts will be new in-box, I'm going to wait to see if a stop is included. If so, what size and go from there.
Any updates?
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Old 12-21-2019, 11:38 AM   #21
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Since my B8 struts will be new in-box, I'm going to wait to see if a stop is included. If so, what size and go from there.
Mine were new in-box, all they came with were the nuts for the top of the shocks. No bumpstop included
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Old 12-23-2019, 02:29 PM   #22
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Any updates?
Thanks for checking in. Between work and life, I haven't looked at Jegs or one of the other usual suspects for better than OEM bump stops and top mounts, so I haven't installed the B8's yet.

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Mine were new in-box, all they came with were the nuts for the top of the shocks. No bumpstop included
Worst case, I know I can go with a fresh set of OEM stops and mounts and just cut the stops like I did when I installed the springs.
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Old 12-24-2019, 10:59 PM   #23
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FWIW...When I installed the MI springs (the way back like 8 years ago) i DIDNT cut my bumpstops and my reason was well better to have a little too much then not enough. Then I went to Tokico blues and still didnt cut them. About a year and 130~ thousand miles later I switched back to the stock springs and my oem bumps were still in fine shape and my shocks are just fine
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Old 12-30-2019, 01:35 PM   #24
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FWIW...When I installed the MI springs (the way back like 8 years ago) i DIDNT cut my bumpstops and my reason was well better to have a little too much then not enough. Then I went to Tokico blues and still didnt cut them. About a year and 130~ thousand miles later I switched back to the stock springs and my oem bumps were still in fine shape and my shocks are just fine
And I thoroughly use my car ;)
Worst case, you're just losing a bit of travel over big bumps and making the stops work a little harder, right?
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Old 01-08-2020, 01:12 AM   #25
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Does anyone know how the TRD set up is configured?
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Does anyone know how the TRD set up is configured?
Is your question does a car equipped with TRD suspension utilize different bump stops than one with standard suspension? If so, the answer is they both use the same bump stops.
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Is your question does a car equipped with TRD suspension utilize different bump stops than one with standard suspension? If so, the answer is they both use the same bump stops.
You answered my question! I figured the TRD set up would not require me to mod the oem bump stops
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i dont know if this helps anyone but on my Tein Street Advance Z's they require the fronts to be cut to 60mm and the rear to remain unaltered. cutting the fronts down leaves the stiffer upper portion. i'm going to change them to a softer 58mm option i found.
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