Can you lower a Ford Focus?
Race Ready™ Lowering Kit by Unity Automotive®. Unity is proud to announce the release of their first complete strut assembly lowering kits- Race Ready. The units are designed to lower center of gravity lower the vehicle 1.5 inches... via
Are Lowering springs good for your car?
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
Do you need an alignment after replacing springs?
Yes, you should align the car after springs. Not only you have changed the ride height, you may have potentially moved things around enough to throw off the alignment settings. via
Is it expensive to lower a car?
This is typically done on older cars and costs between $300 and $1,500 for the service. Lowering springs installation. This option involves replacing the stock springs in your car's suspension with lowering springs, which can lower your car by one to three inches. This will also typically cost between $300 and $1,500. via
Do lowering springs make ride harsher?
Yes they do. Lowering springs are for poseurs who are concerned with how their cars look, not the correct engineering of the suspension. Trust that the Porsche engineers got your stock suspension right and do not alter it. If you want a lower car or stiffer suspension, Porsche has a car for you. via
Are Lowered cars legal?
Lowered cars are not necessarily breaking the law, but they may attract the attention of the police. A car can be lowered but it must not interfere with the steering or affect the height of the headlights. via