Probably Sachs struts in front of you have the self-leveling in back.
If you lower it with springs, replace the shocks and struts with some designed to work in the lowered scenario, e.g. Bilstein B6.
Eibach has their own that work with lowering springs, and those are fine.
Either way, the point is running your stock shocks and struts with lowering springs is not a good way forward though. They’ll soon be worn out anyway in a lowered application, might as well replace them when doing the spring install.
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Those touring shocks and struts are poor matches for a lowered car. Just think, touring is one letter away from pouring, and you can’t spell pouring without poor. So you see, your stock dampers are a poor choice for the lowered springs according to the English language. 🤓
Here are some questions for you guys and possibly gals to answer! The ones in the title plus another one and two I’m just randomly thinking up. How much mileage did you put on said vehicle before you had a problem of some kind?
I am changing my brake pads with a friend as we speak and i need the torque specs for the wheel lugs I have the black gorilla wheel locks on my 2017 scat pack dynamics package , I’m not sure if its it’s 110 111 or 130 , please help thanks!
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