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Lowering Springs, Lowering Kits
Lowering Springs are engineered to enhance handling performance and the vehicle appearance, the custom spring rates are stiffer compare to the most of the OEM springs. Putting on the lower spring will improve corner grip and reducing body roll. While you install a set of spring, it is recommended to change your OE struts all together. The stock or aftermarket factory replacement shocks are not engineered to handle the stiffer lowering kits. Once the shock failed, you might experience vehicle hopping and lose road traction. There are many selection of lowering springs available online for you to pick from, you will first need to determine if you are using for street drive or on the race course.