from my past exp using sport spring with stock absorber,
at some bump it will be more comfortable than oe spring+oe absorber.
on some dip it will be worst than using stock spring+absorber.
it makes the ride very uncomfortable.
this is based on my exp using proride spring.it have this progressive thing under load.its soft at first to fully absorb minor bump or dip and then harden to reduces body roll during cornering.stock absorber just have a single damping force which is most of the setting on stock car is soft.
when its soft, it can cope with the rebound of the spring making the ride a bit harsh and u dont want this on an mpv.
currently my waja is using proride stock absorber.its harder than stock setup and i can feel it sort of softer(still harder than oe)when i am slow and seems to firm up at high speed.a friend whom get a lift home was saying i am on adjustable set and even have a look to confirm the matter.
actually the exo suspension feels batter at speed, good level of comfort on smoother road, and on any high speed undulation, damping capability is at larger margin. no jolting.
but when at low speed we can feel the jolt of the road imperfection, giving the idea its quite a firm suspension.
at fast corner ,it will do the job nicely, i checked the front lower anti-roll-bar is big, that's help to limit body roll more effectively. im a bit shock when ride on the honda stream that its rear is quite a sea sick setting.
maybe ill stick to stock, not bad though the front standard oem setup is 3.5 finger to the wheel arch considered ok, and the nature of EB looks is low slung already. so batter leave it as it is. i dont want to deteriorate the good ride of it