How do Lowering springs affect performance?

Because lowering means getting stiffer springs, there is less weight transfer when you hit the gas or brake hard. This means you'll enjoy faster acceleration and quicker stops. Lowered vehicles are more aerodynamic. There's less air hitting the wheels and tires (that are not streamlined shapes). via

How do you remove lowering blocks?

  • Jack the rear of the car up, rest the body on axle stands, chock the front wheels, then remove the rear wheels.
  • Take off the bottom sprint plate and rubber pad.
  • Now place the trolley jack under the rear axle and lift it clear of the springs.
  • Take the top rubber and steel location block out.
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