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Old 05-05-2016, 01:40 PM   #215
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Originally Posted by Mrbowtie26 View Post
With a 2015 1LE camaro my rear at stock ride height is about 1/4" higher than the front. I would like to lower the front 1" and the rear 1.25 while still retaining the cornering characteristics of the car. If it rides a little harsher Im fine with that I just do not want increased body roll. Any suggestions on doing this without going to coilovers ? Thanks
We offer the front and rear BMR lowering springs separately so that you can custom tailor the stance you want. Due to the nature of what they are, lowering springs have a higher spring rate than the stock springs. This mean two things:

1) They will be more firm than stock. That does not mean harsh though.

2) They will reduce body roll.
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