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Q. How will the ride be once lowered?
A. The lower you go the more stiffer it will feel.

Q. Will lowering my vehicle improve the handling?
A. Yes. A lower center of gravity always helps

Q. Will the raise button inside the vehicle still work?
A. Yes. Depending how low you go, once lowered the highest setting will be approx. the same height as the lowest setting before the vehicle was lowered.

Q. Will I need an alignment?
A. Any time a vehicle is lowered it should be checked. The wheels will Camber in. With my car lowered about 1.25" I have not had it done and notice slight inside ware on the front tires. I personally like a little Camber look so will sacrifice a little tire ware.

Q. Will the ABC Sport button still work?
A. Yes. When applied you will still have that extra sporty feel.

Q. What height do you mostly drive at?
A. It depends on my mood. I find that there is such a difference between the settings now. Lowest with ABC Sport On feels so sporty yet raised all the way with Sport Off is nice and smooth. Find I use the Raise button a lot more. Before lowering would never use it, was almost like a 4x4 when raised.

Q. Can this kit be installed with basic mechanical skills?
A. Yes definitely. All that's needed is a jack, jack stands, couple wrenches and pliers. The Porsche Cayenne can be done without jacking.

Q. How low can I lower my vehicle with the Links?
A. Lower then you can possibly drive.

Q. How will the Lowering Links effect my warranty?
A. We have all heard stories how dealerships try to deny claims for any reason. Our kits have never caused any issue on any vehicle. If for some strange reason someone did have a problem with their Suspension System we recommend to remove the Links and put the stock 1's back. That's another advantage of our kit. It can be done in 30 min. and there will be no trace of it unlike Electronic Modules with cut wires.

Q. Why didn’t you make the Link Adjustable without removing 1 end off the ball stud?
A. I don’t like the turn buckle design. There is a lot of vibration through out the suspension and if the lock nut comes loose the Link will adjust by itself causing the suspension to move. The vehicle may either raise or lower and could cause something catastrophic to happen.

Q. Is there a ride difference between Links & Modules?
A. No!!! They both are doing the same job just at different points. The strut only has so much travel inside.

Q. Will any error codes display?
A. No but if you lower the vehicle excessively then it will. Can go usually a max of 3” but each vehicle is different. If it does come on just raise it a little and it will go away.

Q. Do you need to change the ball studs with your Links?
A. No. They attach just like the OEM Links.

Q. Where do you ship to?
A. World wide.

Here are a few modifications I strongly recommend:

 1. Wheel Spacers

 Manufacturers are using nice wheels these days and lots of people tend to lower their vehicles without changing them. Usually the offset is not too aggressive so they look tucked into the wheel well. A set of spacers can drastically change the appearance. In most cases try a  5 - 7mm in the front and 10 - 15mm in the rear. In a extreme case on a Mercedes GL I used 10mm in the front and 20mm in the rear. Sometimes the fronts are not hub centric so when installing them rotate the wheel and tighten the lug nuts slowly. If it's not put on totally cenetered you will get a vibration in the steering wheel. Make sure to use new bolts that are longer by the same size spacer.

 2. K&N or BMC Air filters

 If your looking for a little more power it's the cheapest gain you can do. Put them in all my vehicles with great results. Better throttle response and fuel economy. Certain vehicles like the new Mercedes Benz's come with a charcoal filters above the air filter. Remove it and replace the filter. That combined is good for almost 16hp. Its been dyno proven. There are stories that the oil from them can ruin mass air flow sensors but from my own experience I have never had an issue.

 3. Exhaust

 If your looking for just a little more rumble without the big cost of replacing the whole system remove the resonator(s) and replace it with straight pipes. Gives that little extra sound without being obnoxiously loud. The exhaust tips on factory mufflers usually look really nice so why bother changing the whole thing.

 If you would like more of a system try Super Sprint, Fab Speed, FVD, or EVOMS.



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