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Old 08-21-2016, 02:11 PM   #1
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Lowering springs beneficial?

The time has come, I'm still deciding on what springs and how low but besides appearance, will spring help in any other category ? Maybe shave a few tenths ? Really curious as I don't want to be slower by just putting springs or spin more because my car doesn't spin at all with the tires I have


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Youll spin less by lowering (not that it's an issue for you now as you stated). You'll also corner a lot better and feel a huge improvement in the handling overall. May be a slightly less comfortable ride but that shouldn't stop you.


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Ditto to what DieSeven said and a meaner look! I went 1 1/2 lower which are pretty hard to find...I dont like having to adjust my driving style and drive at crazy angels over speedbumps or entering/leaving parking lots. 1 to 1 1/2 inch drop equals no issues in my experience. Going 2 inches or more and you may have to change your tire height to avoid issues! Oh and most people change the shocks and struts at installation of springs.

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