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Old 05-01-2015, 09:20 AM   #1
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SVE Progressive Lowering Springs

Is anyone running these springs? I'm thinking about buying them and installing them on my 06 GT. Whats the ride quality like, how are you doing with speed bumps? And do you scrape going up driveways? I read it can give you as much as a 2" drop


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Is anyone running these springs? I'm thinking about buying them and installing them on my 06 GT. Whats the ride quality like, how are you doing with speed bumps? And do you scrape going up driveways? I read it can give you as much as a 2" drop
From what I've heard they're pretty solid but lowering anything you'll feel more of the road. Driving a lowered car, you'll need to be much more aware of your surroundings. I.e You're going to be dodging potholes and you'll need to be a little more careful pulling up to a parking spot so you don't wreck your chin!

Something I'd suggest doing if you're going to have the car lowered would be to swap your Struts and Shocks for a couple reasons. First the cars coming up on 10 years and just like a pitchers arm, wear and tear happens. Another reason would be that if you do just springs without them it's going to be a little on the "bouncy" side - Not like a 30 year old Caddy but you'll notice it. Aftermarket Struts and Shocks are going to be valved for a lowered setup and you can't go wrong.
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Oh yeah definitely because the stock shock and struts army designed for a lower suspension. I found some kyb that I liked but I'm just worried of scrapping my mid pipe on speed bumps and driveways


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