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Megan Racing Front Rear Steel Orange Import-Version Lowering Spr

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Megan Racing Performance Lowering Springs are constructed of SAE 9254 Cold Wounded Steel, one of the strongest materials available. The high tensile strength and phosphate powder coating deliver outstanding spring rates that are extremely durable and resist premature (sagging). The result is a spring that specifically offers racecar handling, yet maintains smooth and comfortable ride characteristics. Carefully matched springs rates provide exceptional handling, response, control, and balance. These springs offer a generous drop to your car while remaining very (street table) by having enough clearance to avoid bottoming-out; and the lowered center of gravity improves performance and increases stability, as well as enhancing the appearance of the vehicle.

Installation: Spring rates and drop amounts might vary by different vehicles application and chassis loads. Since the item is designated as RACING, OFF-ROAD, OR SHOW USE ONLY, we do NOT imply or offer any warranty

Megan Racing Front Rear Steel Orange Import-Version Lowering Spr

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