You answered your own question!
Once compressed it will stop mechcanicaly if set up correctly. If not it will break and something else will eventualy stop it, like a shock. Once that breaks either the axel bottoms out or the links bind up.
Sounds like your last race eh!
If you spend a ****ton of time dialing them in you should be able to use one set in both senarios. rather than 2 sets maybe a higher end shock in the nose with more technology and a coil carrier with bypass in the rear.Thanks for the info.
One of the reasons I am going away from the Hyd stops is that you need to remove them to make major changes to the valving. I plain didn't have enough time to remove and change after every race.
For short coursing, my compression was a little light with the rebound on the heavy side. You can see in the pic, my front suspension isn't fully dropped out.
It would be nice to have 2 full sets of coilovers, one set for slow, one set for go.
I might be leaning towards the king 2.0's. Any opinions?
I like the way the radflow bumps are built with a stop so even if the can loosens up you still have a hard stop keeping them from slipping into the can.