Skunk2 Lowering Springs are designed to dramatically improve handling performance and driver feel by significantly increasing corner grip and reducing body roll. Skunk2 springs are CNC-wound using the highest quality SAE9254V spring steel, shot peen stress relieved, and corrosion protected using phosphate and powder coatings. Each spring is designed to optimize the balance between performance and comfort. The result is a spring that offers racecar like handling, yet maintains smooth and comfortable ride characteristics. Skunk2 Lowering Springs can be used with factory or aftermarket shock absorbers and look great on vehicles with stock or aftermarket wheels. Average drop is approximately 1.5" - 1.75". When applicable, we recommend using Skunk2 Lowering Springs with Skunk2 Sport Shocks and other fine Skunk2 suspension components.
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1.0 out of 5.0
Too low and too soft
By Aaron on 7/23/2018
This review is for an EP3. The Skunk2 lowering springs are way too aggressive of a drop, unless you like driving 20 mph all the time for fear of bottoming out your suspension every minute or two. The description mentions you can use the factory struts, which are way too soft, or Skunk2 struts, which don't exist from Skunk2 for the EP3. So now your choice is to upgrade to Koni struts or better at another $650 or more, which is getting close to decent coilovers. I wish I would have gone with the Eibach springs from the start instead of wasting $200 on something I now can't return since I've installed them. Do yourself the favor and spend the extra 50 bucks, or better yet go with coilovers.