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    Default Lowering on 16" wheels?

    The handling on my Exclusiv isn't brilliant. I would like to go the 18" alloys and lower the suspension route but a wee bit financially stretched at the moment. Could persuade my wife for the lowering. The car's only done 4500 miles so tyres are good and the Exclusiv wheels look ok (to me anyway). Will just lowering it by 30mm make much of a difference?

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    I would say it would make a great difference,just remember don't go lower than 30mm on those standard shocks,any lower you'll have to fit different shocks to suit the springs,hth........

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