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Old 06-16-2012, 08:50 PM   #1
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2007 AURA XR
Default loweted aura issues

Im new to this site so hello. Please help.... I just lowered my car using finicky motorsport springs, kyb-g2 struts and kyb mounting kits. The issue I have is that there is not enough travel in the front end so it bottoms out the strut. I've gone as far as cutting the bump stop (which I know is usually a don't do) but it helped a little. The drop springs are 1.7 front and rear. It looks great but the ride quality isn't. I know dropping anything lower loses ride quality, but this almost isn't worth it. Has anybody else had these issues? I know some of the other manufacturers have springs close to the same drop. Any help and advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.


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