Why Springs Are Important To Your Suspension System
A vehicles spring helps control the leveling of the car on uneven surfaces. The springs work in conjunction with the shock absorbers/dampeners to keep the ride smooth and aid in preventing damage to other suspension components. Springs are difficult to break on a vehicle; typically, the shock absorber will be the first thing to go out of the two. A good indication that your shock is broken is your car feeling more bouncy than usual.
Upgraded springs or lowering springs are a great starting modification for your vehicle. You can lower your car and get better handling out of the vehicle at a relatively low cost in comparison of buying Coil Overs or Air Suspension. However, once new springs are installed on the vehicle, you are stuck with the ride height and stiffness of the springs. Doing some research on your own, or calling us here at 3zero3 Motorsports can help you better understand what type of look and feel you are going for on the vehicle. A good tip to remember is that the less expensive springs are not always reliable. Be sure you know the quality of products before you buy to prevent being in a situation where they fail.
Contact our German Car Auto Specialists to learn more about replacing your springs.