Rear Ride Height Adjustment Kits

Discussion in 'Corner Carver Racing Tech Discussion' started by Mark Zilio, Jul 22, 2021.

  1. Mark Zilio

    Mark Zilio Junior Member

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    Both Steeda and Vorshlag offer these kits. I don't want to go full blown coilovers and have tried a few lowering springs (Steeda & BMR) but can't get the tail end of my Boss where I want it Anybody have experience with this set up? Thank you
     
  2. Norm Peterson

    Norm Peterson corner barstool sitter

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    Made my own spring spacers for my BMR GT500 handling springs. Cutting and welding of steel strips of various thicknesses was involved. An option if you're a committed DIY'er with the right equipment, anyway.

    Not pretty, but it's not a show car anyway. I added another layer or two and a cylinder to register the bottom coil of the spring. I retained the OE rubber isolator. It's held up to everything I've thrown at it, up to and including track time with cornering that reached out past 1.2g.

    Fitting up a shim.jpg



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    Last edited: Jul 22, 2021
  3. Racer47

    Racer47 Doesn't have much to say S197 Team Member

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    The adjustable kits work well. There is about 1.5" of adjustment so you have to get the right spring length for the spring rate and ride height they you want.
     
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