its topping out hard because the springs are new. once they break in itll be nice. mine took FOREVER, but now with the 1+" cromo legs its almost not springy. make super sure you get your clips in there tight and seated in the groove. [tip; take a few q-tips and clean the grease out of the groove, and off of washer and clip. i blew out my bushings a couple of times and found that this keeps them in]
oh, that's what that was. i thought that was just my fat ass! i put springs up front first, seem to remember hearing somethin, than a week later put my rear spring on and nothin more happened (went away or broke in, i don't know). what i do know is springs front and rear seem to work better the more they break in. or that could be in my mind.