I've also got mine installed last week at The Driveway in San Jose. I've decided to have the comfort Coliovers, along with Master brake Cylinder Brace, and front lower control arm bushings done. And yes, those harsh bumps are pretty much gone. A lot of times, I'm going over a bump and expecting that harsh feel, but instead, it was very mild and indeed, comfortable, yet sporty.
I used to feel the floatiness on moderate/highway speed long curve/corners and now it feels more planted, stable. Mine is lowered to MPP's recommendation, which is about 1-1.5 inches lower, so I've been very careful going over speed bumps and drivesways. So far, only hit the speedbump at work, which is one of those higher ones, so I've learned to go around it, or just half of the car over it, and it's been fine.
The recommended compression/rebound setting is slightly more towards comfort, so I'm thinking of adjusting to slightly firmer to see. So from 12C/10R to 10C/8R. Which would firm up a bit more and hopefully be more responsive.
Jesse from MPP has been extremely helpful, so shoutout to him.
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It became obvious to me that when you lower the 3 slightly with MPP on OEM 19" rims, the wheels look too tucked in, and it looks weird.
So I bought a set of 15mm/20mm spacers from Motorsport-Tech for my 19" rims. Now it looks like the fenders are sculpted around the wheels instead of looking like they are tucked under a woman's skirt.