I am going to be purchasing their clubsport suspension in the next few months. My stock suspension is already showing its age at 38K miles. I have no doubt that Mountune did their homework when making the springs work with the stock dampers. However, don't be surprised if you need to replace dampers before too long. Several have needed to replace them when they were running factory setups.
I agree - Clubsport is awesome. I have two friends who installed the springs only on newer STs with no issues but why not just install the entire package? Mountune products are excellent as far as quality, fitment and performance.
i just bought mountune sport springs for my 15 and talked with randy at mountune prior. per mountune, they were designed to work with the stock struts/shocks but as with any other lower application they will wear them out quicker. you shouldn't worry about bottoming out/hitting the bumpstops with the stock struts/shocks however they do recommend that you eventually upgrade shocks struts. i am going to run them on my stock shocks/struts bc i love working on my car and don't mind doing the install twice and my stockers only have 18k miles and i would rather wear them out. I will eventually upgrade to Bilstein Sports though.
Go with the Bilstein B8 set, just like the original Mountune ClubSport kit. Just make sure that if you go this route, you get the '13 springs and not '14+.
Exact setup that I have on my '14; I pieced mine together when Mountune temporarily discontinued the OG ClubSport kit and went with the adjustable Koni struts due to worldwide supply issues with Bilstein
Have definitely been looking at the b8's from everything I've read on different threads. I appreciate the response. What if I wanted to go with the 14 springs. Would I just stick to oem shocks/struts since there is no other option from what I've also gathered?