Hey guys, I just installed my MPP Comfort Coilovers last week. I noticed that when turning the front wheels, I can hear a ping sound from one or both of the front coilovers. From some research, I see these issues on other cars, where it seems that it's caused by some binding where the tophat is not allowing the coilover to turn with the wheels. This causes the whoile coilover to not move as one, and only allow a portion to move, causing the spring to ping. I don't see anyone experiencing this on M3's. I removed the tophat from the stock shocks, and mounted them onto the new coilovers per instructions, and tightened them to 15 ft lbs. Then the top locking nut with another 15 ft lbs. I did not include anything else from the stock shock. I do notice that the instructions mention that the fork ears should not be over-torqued and should only be torqued to 13 ft lbs. Problem is, I cannot figure out what part is the fork ears? The only part that sounds like it would be fork ears would be the bottom mount to the control arm, and 13 ft lbs seems very light for that. Could they be talking about the 3 13mm screws that mount to the upper control arm mount? That is supposed to be torqued to 17 ft lbs according to UP. Anyone have any ideas here? TIA.