You hear about the success stories, you won't hear people posting about their stupidity and costly failures.I'm sure between of all the benefits you've been reading, there are more dis-advantages to not cut stock factory springs...
Lol around where I live its the Honda's- they look funny bouncing around with cut springsDrive down to the shady part of town, now look at those impalas and neons with the jacked up rims and paint, the ones wobbling around. Those cars have the springs cut and look like crap now. Don't cheap out your gonns mess up you suspension too.
The stock springs? My stock FWD springs are in a chest upstairs, I can get a pic up tonight.If anyone with a FWD would post up a Picture say ( 900 X 1200 ) 2-3 ft away of the Rear Springs , then I'll do the same for the AWD Springs to
Check for any Large Differences - other then Height ?
Supply Measurements also - Lets take a closer Look .
I have been runing a Honda Civic for 10 years with cut springs in the CASC Ice Race series. It really makes the car rotate suddenly when they bottom out. Good on the race track when you are ready to turn but dangerous on the street.Lol around where I live its the Honda's- they look funny bouncing around with cut springs