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09-13-2013 08:21 PM
SRTViperDude I personally would do a set of coilovers but it rains quite a bit here and I already have a car that's low to the ground.
09-10-2013 01:05 AM
giLspark yes I am lowering my spark with some megan racing coilovers. I've always drove slammed in my hondas.. why not drive slammed with my spark. the only part that sucks is the rain and when it floods. Doesn't rain much where I live but still. I'll post some pics when I get it done.

Originally Posted by chrisvy View Post
Wouldn't mind lowering the car a little bit. How much do springs usually cost? And how much does it cost to install?
springs? I would get the full coilovers they are about $800-900 springs they should have some on ebay for $200 more less. It shouldn't be pricey to install. I've installed my coilovers on every honda I've had without a problem. Shouldn't be that different. Make sure you pay off your car first depending on your dealer it might void your warranty.
09-07-2013 03:41 AM
BlueChlome You can modify the drive size to what ever you want it to. Plus i want to go monitoring with it so being able to modify dampening is another plus.
06-05-2013 10:08 AM
chrisvy Wouldn't mind lowering the car a little bit. How much do springs usually cost? And how much does it cost to install?
05-15-2013 12:49 PM
10spokess What's the bolt pattern and rates for sonic coil overs,
05-15-2013 09:10 AM
chevysub I can't seem to find any coilovers for the 2012+ Spark, coilovers from other Chevy's might work, Chevy Cruze Coilovers or even Sonic Coilovers. So far I found lowering springs from B&G...

When you think of upgrading your Chevy suspension and lowering your vehicle, you probably have some of the same priorities in mind that B&G Suspension does. B&G Sport Lowering Springs for Chevy are engineered to improve handling while maintaining safety and ride quality. B&G Sport Lowering Springs for Chevy also will give your vehicle an aggressive look.

B&G Lowering Springs for Chevy have all of the features that you're looking for: First, B&G Chevy Lowering Springs feature progressive spring rates. This means that they have multiple spring rates to maintain a quality ride while significantly improving handling, cornering, and providing an aggressive vehicle stance. To top it off, B&G Suspension is so confident in the superior quality of their Chevy lowering springs and suspension products that they offer a lifetime warranty on them.

The part number for this item is: 12.1.014 and it fits: 2012-2013 Chevy Spark models.

This set of 4 springs will lower your vehicle by 1.4" in the front and 1.0" in the rear.

B&G Lowering Springs and Suspension for Chevrolet - B&G Lowering Springs 2012-2013 Chevy Spark
08-14-2012 01:06 PM
/\/\ATIZ rather have coilovers since you can adjust the ride height to what ever you want it to. plus I want to go tracking with it so being able to adjust dampening is another plus.
08-13-2012 03:37 PM
Coilovers or Lowering Springs?

Are you planning to lower your Spark? If so how are you going to lower it? Springs? Coils? and why?

Springs might be the cheaper option but they only allow for one setting while coilovers allow for a range of different ride heights.

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