Usually, these are DIY instructions for repair and improvement of Saab cars. The theme of the last video is how to Lower your SAAB with lowering springs. In this video, they demonstrate how you lower your car with lowering springs, both in the front and at the rear.
The springs that we use in this video are DPT Motorsports 30/25 millimeter lowering springs. Here’s how it these guys do, step by step, and This dropped the ride in the rear by aboutThis dropped the ride in the rear by about 1.5″ and about 1″ or so in the front. and this dropped the ride in the rear by about 1.5″ and about 1″ or so in the front:
Maybe you’re wondering, does lowering the car put strain on other parts of the car? So, plainly, Its not bad for the car if you know how to drive a lowered car. You have to be more cautious while driving, especially entering and exiting any types of driveways.
With lowering, we want immediate response, reduced body roll, increased stability and enhanced cornering ability. Lowering springs are the basis of achieving those characteristics in our street machines. By lowering the center of gravity, a vehicle will be able to turn harder while reducing body roll. A lower ride height also gives the vehicle a more aggressive look.