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Notified has Tanabe lowering springs and they look great. He should be in here soon to give you a better review
lol, thanks Necos....but yes, they do increase the handling of the car quite a bit without sacrificing to much comfort. i'm not really sure that they will fit on the sedan, but i dont see any reason why not. the front is lowered by almost an inch while the back is lowered by a half inch by the Tanabe spring kit. i have to shoot an e-mail over to bob at versa speed to let him know they are available so he can get some in to stock for the rest of you guys :)
 

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lol, thanks Necos....but yes, they do increase the handling of the car quite a bit without sacrificing to much comfort. i'm not really sure that they will fit on the sedan, but i dont see any reason why not. the front is lowered by almost an inch while the back is lowered by a half inch by the Tanabe spring kit. i have to shoot an e-mail over to bob at versa speed to let him know they are available so he can get some in to stock for the rest of you guys :)







Thanks man! Yeah please lmk or you can email me at [email protected] oh and id like to know how much does it run about and if it be compatible with the stock shocks
 

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S Techs are decent springs, but they don't really offer much of a drop on the N17 chassis. Head over to thaialmeraclub.com and check out some of their cars. They have easier access to suspension components, so you can get a feel for what lowering springs do for this car.
I would also email that seller and make sure they have them in stock first. A lot of the aftermarket suspension for the sedans drop ships from the manufacturer, and it might be a long wait to get it.
 
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