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  • Matching Lowering Springs to Shocks/Struts

  • …sportier look is to replace your factory springs with lowering springs. Although you can expect a stiffer 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…

  • Koni STR.T Street Strut

  • …decades of high performance strut experience to develop an affordable, performance strut absorber. A great O.E. replacement that offers additional stability, control and handling without a harshride, the STR.T (pronounced "street") Strut also nicely complements lowering springs and/or anti-roll bar…

  • Restore Ride Quality with KYB Shocks and Struts

  • …suspension products. Their shocks and struts are reasonably priced and feature a lifetime warranty when used with factory springs. KYB has been recognized around the world as a leader in the design and production of state-of-the-art gas shocks and struts. They employ a process of continuous…

  • 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 ...

  • Bilstein B4 OE Replacement Strut

  • B4 OE Replacement Strut are Original Equipment twin-tube, gas pressure replacement struts for drivers who want to restore their vehicle's original ride and handling. Valved about 10% firmer than stock, B4 OE Replacement Strut feature the same German engineering and quality asBilstein's monotube gas…

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

  • …last shock/struts you will ever need to buy. My original shocks and struts for my car started to leak at around 38,000 miles. I now have over 109,000 miles and my KONIs are going strong. Here is a picture of my 04 Subaru Impreza WRX Wagon lowered on H & R Sport Springs with KONI Sport dampers.

  • Which Bilstein Replacement Shock or Strut is Best for Your Vehicle?

  • …enthusiast and/or owners of lowered vehicles take a look at the following option: * Bilstein Sport Shocks, Struts, or Cartridges * For the enthusiast who demands superior handling * Bilstein's highest level of control * Excellent match for vehicles with lowering springs or upgraded anti-roll…

  • Factory Style Shock at a Reasonable Price: KYB GR-2/Excel-G

  • …looking for comfort and a return of factory ride quality, an Original Equipment style replacement shock will do just fine. These shocks and struts feature a lower price tag due to a lack of adjustability and features, but aim to stop the bouncing associated with old, worn out or leaking factory…

  • Seek Out More Curves to Conquer with Bilstein's B12 Pro-Kit

  • Looking for a complete lowering spring and damper kit that'll add improved handling without a big sacrifice in comfort? Then take a look at the Bilstein B12 Pro-Kit. By combining Eibach's proven Pro-Kit springs with specially tuned Bilstein shocks and struts in one complete package, you can…

  • The Difference Between Eibach's Pro-Kit and Sportline Spring Set

  • …that closely resembles the factory spring and a moderate increase in spring rate. Pro-Kit springs will typically lower a vehicle .75"-1.5" and can be used with the factory struts and shocks (upgrading your shocks is recommended for maximum performance benefit). Going a step further, the…

  • My Experience with H&R Coil-Overs

  • There are many ways to upgrade your vehicle's suspension. You can simply replace the existing shocks (or struts) and springs to lower your vehicle. Sway bars (sometimes called anti-roll bars) can also improve handling and reduce body roll. However, many enthusiasts feel that the pinnacle of…

  • Tire Tech Information - Alignment

  • …comparing a line running through the steering system's upper and lower pivot points (typically the upper and lower ball joints of an A-arm or wishbone suspension design, or the lower ball joint and the strut tower mount of a McPherson strut design) to a line drawn perpendicular to the ground. Caster…

  • Going Low with Eibach Springs

  • …designs and markets a complete line of tuned dampers, anti-roll bars, strut tower bars, alignment kits, motorcycle and motorsports springs. The Sportline Spring Set will help you achieve a low and race-replica look. The lowering springs can drop your vehicle typically 1.50” to 2.00” and…


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