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Eibach Pro-Kit Lowering Springs Part #6399.140 Customer Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Nouman P (Morton Grove, IL) Reviewed for a 2008 Infiniti G35 — Nov 23, 2016 9:09 AM
If you want to lower your car slightly without destroying the luxury feel these are the springs to. Installed them on my Infiniti G35X 2008. I would say ride has gotten 10-20% stiff, but nothing that feels over the top. I feared the car would bottom out on these springs in pot holes, but they do absorb well. Dropped my car about 1-1.5". They have settled after 300 miles and I am happy with the look. If you are on a tight budget and just want to get a flush look, go with these.
Reviewed by Travis M (Burlington, VT) Reviewed for a 2008 Infiniti G35 — Oct 21, 2016 6:57 AM
Thsee springs are great, and provided just the right amount of drop to help close up the space in my wheel wells, without over doing it, helping to maintain the finished clean style I was going for without going ridiculously over slammed, and can still actually drive the car.
Reviewed by Amer B (Frankfort, IL) Reviewed for a 2007 Infiniti G35 — Feb 14, 2011 8:56 PM
Reviewed by Stephen B (BERKLEY, MA) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Frontier — Nov 11, 2010 1:53 PM
The 07 G35x is a little tall from the factory, so I wanted to increase the handling and reduce the tire gap. We basically drive German cars in our family with the exception of the G. The rear springs were easy to install, just make sure you get the rear camber kit. The front springs were easy to get out and reinstall, but the only pain was the compressing of the old and new spring into the strut perch. You may want a shop to do that for you. The ride is MUCH tighter and I would say the firmness of a BMW 3 series with the sport package. Straight on bumps shake the dash a bit. The height was reduced about 1.5 inches, but there is still a reasonable tire gap for larger bumps or snow. Overall much better control than stock. If you have a lot of potholes in your area or snow, you may want to keep the stock springs in.