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  • Koni Sport Strut

  • …properties, combined with an acceptable level of comfort. KONI Sport shock absorbers are also available as part of KONI's Threaded Suspension Kits which feature threaded adjustable lower spring perches (where applicable) and progressive rate lowering springs designed for performance street ...

  • What Should I Expect from Lowering Springs?

  • …a lower stance, look at the H&R Sport Spring kit (1.5" front and 1.4" rear). Lastly, for the best improvement in handling for track applications, consider the H&R Race Spring kit (2.0" front and 1.75" rear). Take a look at all the testing we've done on lowering springs

  • Bilstein B4 OE Replacement Strut

  • …ride and handling. Valved about 10% firmer than stock, B4 OE Replacement Strut feature the same German engineering and quality asBilstein's monotube gas pressure shocks, but in a competitively priced, twin-tube design.Not recommended for use with lowering springs. Limited lifetimewarranty is ...

  • Improve Performance at the Track with Eibach Lowering Springs

  • …is to add lowering springs. By lowering the vehicle's center of gravity, you can reduce body roll in the turns, dive under braking and squat during acceleration. Eibach offers two different kits, the Pro-Kit Spring Set for performance street use and the more aggressive Sportline Spring Set for…

  • Matching Lowering Springs to Shocks/Struts

  • …ride, lowering a car will improve handing and steering response. What often gets overlooked is the shocks and struts (dampers) and how lowering springs affect their performance and fit. Each damper has a specific travel length which is matched with the spring rate of the car's O.E. springs. When you…

  • How does ride and handling change with H&R lowering springs?

  • …out Original Equipment (O.E.) springs to lowering or race springs? The information below is a quick comparison between H&R O.E. Sport Springs, H&R Sport Springs and H&R Race Springs. H&R OE Sport Springs H&R Sport Springs H&R Race Springs Application Average Everyday Driving…

  • Lowering Springs and Fender Lip Rolling

  • I recently installed a great set of coil-over shock and springs in an effort to improve handling and my car's look. While the decrease in gap from the top of the tire to the bottom of the fender lip looked great, I found after inspection that my rear tires were very close to rubbing the fender lip…

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  • Do you have lowering springs and need to buy shock absorbers?

  • …of the car for your driving preference. Just about every aftermarket spring company uses a different spring rate. With the KONI adjustables you are able to set the dampers to work best with your aftermarket springs. Dampening of a shock/strut decreases with tens of thousands of miles and…

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  • Just A Little Lower Yet. H&R Sport Springs.

  • H&R Sport Springs are a great way to lower your vehicle for an aggressive look and high performance handling. Each H&R component is made in Germany and tested and approved by the German government's TUV Agency for quality, safety and reliability. They are further tested and tuned in the USA…

  • Considering Lowering Your Vehicle?

  • …Original Equipment springs with lowering springs? A good rule of thumb is that many vehicles can be lowered approximately 1.5 inches without any complications. Eibach Springs and H&R Springs offer options that provide the required spring rates using progressive rate springs that minimize the…


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