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How Much Should I Lower My Car?

You should lower your car for maximum 1.5 inches. This is the best height to have the aggressive lowered look and still be comfortable to ride. If you go even lower, the ride will not be stiff,  you have a high risk of bottoming out and scraping against any driveways…
Ifandi S.
November 10, 2020
Lowering Springs

Do You Need Alignment After Replacing Springs

Yes, you will need an alignment after replacing springs - especially lowering springs. This is because to replace car springs, you need to first remove the shocks from the suspension system. And while doing so, you will work with many other suspension components like caster / camber plate that can…
Ifandi S.
November 3, 2020
Lowering Springs

Will Lowering Springs Void Your Warranty?

Lowering springs will not void your warranty. This is because you are protected by Magnuson-Moss Warranty act - a federal law that prevents dealers from unfairly voiding your warranty. To void your warranty, the dealer or seller must point out how exactly your aftermarket part is a direct cause to…
Ifandi S.
November 2, 2020
Lowering Springs

Do Lowering Springs Need To Settle?

Good quality lowering springs from the likes of Eibach or H&R will not sag and “settle”. However, it’s true that ride height will slightly drop even further after the initial install - could be 0 to 1.5 inch drop. This happens because the new springs need to work itself into…
Ifandi S.
October 27, 2020
CoiloversLowering Springs

Are Coilovers Good For Daily Driving?

So, it’s time to lower the height of your car, and you heard coilovers can do just that. But is it good for daily driving though? Let’s find out! For a brief answer - no, coilovers are not really suitable for daily driving because they make your ride extremely stiff…
Ifandi S.
July 23, 2020

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