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Note that you shouldn't lower either suspension all the way, other than for looks at a car show, if you intend to be driving your car in a spirited fashion. The suspension components are designed to work within a certain level of travel and ride height.
 

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You can go 15mm under standard. LSS is 5mm lower than standard, so there are two clip settings below it.
 

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How high can it go ?

I need room to mount some 120x48x68 tyres ..
 

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From what I remember reading, there are 5 levels, spaced by 5 mm each. If 1 is the highest, and 5 the lowest, the standard suspension is on level 2, the LSS on level 3.

So with the standard suspension, you can go up to 5 mm higher or 15 mm lower. With the LSS, you can go up to 10 mm higher or 10 mm lower.
 

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I thought both had adjustable perches, but people like to include this information about the sport pack shocks. I assume they are the same shock entirely, just with different valving. Same story with the springs.
 

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You can still have it lowered way up in the guards like the LA show cars and drive around with no problems, just need to go over speed bumps on angles. My older model S1 was lowered around 50mm. Looks way better and handle better aswell.

I personally hate when there is a gap between the tire and the guard.:clap:
 

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Pimping said:
You can still have it lowered way up in the guards like the LA show cars and drive around with no problems, just need to go over speed bumps on angles. My older model S1 was lowered around 50mm. Looks way better and handle better aswell.

I personally hate when there is a gap between the tire and the guard.:clap:
How much did they charge you to lower it?

I believe you also have to have the whole suspension re tuned.
 
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