Cutting the springs

joser714

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So I'm getting some 18s off a friend and I want to lower my car just so I won't have a 4X4 look. I've read that it will ride like crap cause the stock shocks and struts will give out. I have already changed my socks and struts so am I in the clear and also what coil do I cut.

P.s. I did do a search before posting but it got derailed do couldn't get much info
 

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I have like 1 coil cut but then again they are 96 v6 springs. Im prolly gonna go h&r ss no iso's for better ride quality.
 

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I have like 1 coil cut but then again they are 96 v6 springs. Im prolly gonna go h&r ss no iso's for better ride quality.
Removing the spring isolator will increase NVH, and metal on metal contact, may produce unwanted noises. Getting a quality spring like H&R Super Sport and new isolators your car's stance will be fine.
 

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