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Anyone have any suggestions on the best way to lower my 2017 991.2 TTS without sacrificing too much ride comfort. I want to get new wheels and it seems it looks better with the car lowered. Also, I may need to put in a front end lift kit like Techart because of my driveway so comments on lift kits are also welcome.
 
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I have a 2017 TTS Cab lowered on Techart springs with 21" HRE rims, I have no issues whatsoever, no change in ride comfort, no scraping, normal driving, I do have front axle lift but never use it, I love the look, no regrets
 
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I have been contemplating lowering my 2018 turbo for the last few weeks. My reservation is that I live in NY and our roads are horrendous. The car does sit too high tho. The most conservative drop is with eibach. Then Techart and then gmg is slightly lower. H&R is the lowest. For me Techart seems to be the sweet spot
 
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Thanks Steinhart,

I’ve heard other positive feedback on the tech art springs as far as ride comfort.....Nice ride!
 
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Originally Posted by k2man View Post
Anyone have any suggestions on the best way to lower my 2017 991.2 TTS without sacrificing too much ride comfort. I want to get new wheels and it seems it looks better with the car lowered. Also, I may need to put in a front end lift kit like Techart because of my driveway so comments on lift kits are also welcome.
Originally Posted by ArtF10M5 View Post
I have been contemplating lowering my 2018 turbo for the last few weeks. My reservation is that I live in NY and our roads are horrendous. The car does sit too high tho. The most conservative drop is with eibach. Then Techart and then gmg is slightly lower. H&R is the lowest. For me Techart seems to be the sweet spot
We carry all the springs mentioned and from customer experience the TechArt's do the best job of lowering the car but still maintaining a ride that is as close to OEM ride as possible.

K2, we can package together the wheels & springs so that you can save cash on both.

 
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Thanks Steinhart,

Iíve heard other positive feedback on the tech art springs as far as ride comfort.....Nice ride!
thank you!
 
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Another vote for TechArt - the Turbo is way too high, TechArt is just the right drop - looks a bit more like a GT. I also have FAL and use it regularly.
 
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Originally Posted by swoobie View Post
Another vote for TechArt - the Turbo is way too high, TechArt is just the right drop - looks a bit more like a GT. I also have FAL and use it regularly.

Great. Thanks for the feedback.
 
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H&R all day long, Techart springs are overpriced!


 

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