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Old 07-26-2013, 09:19 AM   #1
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Lowering Springs Install 02 V6

So i'm installing liwering springs on my 02 V6, anyone know if i need to buy new spring isolators too?
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They aren't needed. It depends on you if you want it installed or not.
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They aren't needed. It depends on you if you want it installed or not.
I mean, is there any advantage from using them?
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I don't think so. Some says it gives vibration and some says it smoothens your ride. I'm running h&r supersport for three yrs now and i'm not having any problems without isolators. It's not necessary.
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I don't think so. Some says it gives vibration and some says it smoothens your ride. I'm running h&r supersport for three yrs now and i'm not having any problems without isolators. It's not necessary.
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1slosix would be the man to ask he will probably chime in here soon
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1slosix would be the man to ask he will probably chime in here soon
I hope he does! Lol
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Isolators don't give an advantage nor disadvantages u can use electrical tape as well... If u leave them out it can give u an extra 1/2 , 1 inch drop.. Correct me if I'm wrong
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Isolators don't give an advantage nor disadvantages u can use electrical tape as well... If u leave them out it can give u an extra 1/2 , 1 inch drop.. Correct me if I'm wrong
I ordered them anyhow, my car has 94k so the stock ones are probably gone, besides I want a smooth ride and I ordered springs to drop 1.75" front and 1.6" back, so I don't really feel the need for an extra 1/2" - 1" drop, that would be kind of overkill. Lol
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Isolators don't give an advantage nor disadvantages u can use electrical tape as well... If u leave them out it can give u an extra 1/2 , 1 inch drop.. Correct me if I'm wrong
you won't get anywhere close to half an inch. maybe 1/4" but that's all.
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you won't get anywhere close to half an inch. maybe 1/4" but that's all.
Yeah i though that too, i mean they're not THAT thick. Lol
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You could of used tape if you want. I run no isos in the rear
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