right is a relative term....to me right is what performs for what you need. and oem springs are wonderful for most needs when cut :good: best weight transfering springs for no cash down lolIf u want to do it rigvht I got SVE 2" lowering springs and I love em. Best part is they are only $100 at latemodelresto.com
True, I'm more into auto cross than drag so I was thinking more more in that area. Also I've only tlked to one person who cut their springs an I guess he didn't do it right if u have cut 10 with no prob.right is a relative term....to me right is what performs for what you need. and oem springs are wonderful for most needs when cut :good: best weight transfering springs for no cash down lol
@op i've done about 10 new edges now...i always cut 1.25 coils off the front and 1 coil off the back. gets you almost a 1.5" drop in the front...pull the isolators to gain around another 1/4" drop. Ride quality gets a bit stiffer but that's perfectly fine by me. if you're curious on cutting methods check out this...it's for a cobra however it's similar to working on an sn95
The Complete How To Cut Your Stock Springs Thread - SVTPerformance
I wouldn't recommend cutting your springs, it would be better to buy new springs. The ride of your car wouldn't be very good. I bought SR performance lowering springs and it made my car look real nice and drives even smoother.Anybody cut their coil springs on a sn95?? How much did you cut? How much drop did you get? Post pics!!