DUH!!! The point of lowering the car with performance srings is for better handling, not for looks.mrmixitup said:I learned my lesson from lowering my Spec-V. I used the most popular springs available, and it turned my ride into a real uncomfortable hassle.
I don't plan on lowering the SRT-4 with anything less than Mopar coilovers when they are available. I've never found and aftermarket spring that feels as comfortable as stock. Sure, your car will handle turns better because it is lower to the ground, but for normal driving, the ride will suck.
Don't get springs, wait for a full coilover suspension system including struts designed for the different spring rates.
I like your thinking.mrmixitup said:Yea, the Spec-V came with stiffer shocks than regular Sentras, and the springs available were designed for the other models.
Since the SRT-4 is also unlike any other Neon, it will be a while for SRT-4 specific springs to arrive. I wouldn't buy any other set.
Yeah, WTF is up with the steering on the SRT? Its got a huge ass turning circle. Argh, It's such a cool car, but they could have made it so much better!! They have the friggin parts! Understeer from the factory is crap, don't try and save me from myself. :evil:PB Pod said:Sounds like a good wish list to me. The bushings and the rear sway bar are a must. High on my list is quiker steering box from the ACR.