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Old 01-30-2016, 01:10 PM   #451
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Originally Posted by MrMorninwood View Post
I had Worldone install a set of Epic Engineering's lowering springs on my 07 wagon, with OEM struts, and so far, I am really happy with them.

The handling has been improved a lot. The ride is flatter on corners, and firmer when accelerating and braking. I have no problems going over the speed bumps at work, and the ride is very comfortable, which is very important factor since it's the wife's daily driver.

The advertised drop is 1" on the front with slightly less in the rear. On my wagon it is more like 1.25" front and about .75" in the rear.
This has resulted in the perfect drop for me.

The gap is even and absolutely no saggy but. (And I can carry fatties in the back with no scrubbage.)

Link, for more info on the springs, and pics of my wagon with before and after shots, http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1618566
Wow, it's been over 7 years since we put these on.
Still stock struts, well over 100,000 miles on the car now, still no issues. Drives and handles the same as the day we put them on.
Thanks Dan.
(Any chance you could do some porsche products? )
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