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Lowering Springs, Lowering Kits
Lowering Springs are engineered to enhance driving performance and the car appearance, the aftermarket spring rates are stiffer compare to the most of the factory springs. Installing the lower spring will improve corner grip and decreasing body roll. While you purchase a set of lowering kit, it is suggested to replace your factory shock struts all together. The OE or aftermarket OE replacement shocks are not engineered to handle the stiffer lowering kits. Once the strut failed, you might feel car hopping and lose road traction. There are many selection of lowering springs available in the market for you to select from, you will first need to figure out if you are using for daily use or on the race course.