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Vivid Racing Presents: Novitec Lowering Sport Spring Set for Huracan

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Lowering a Lamborghini is synonymous with Novitec for a reason. They have the highest standards when it comes to designing their products. When doing so most companies will borrow cars from customers in exchange for free parts but Novitec will buy a car so that they can be certain that everything is how it should be and the products they put their name on are the best you can get. Buying Novitec is more than a name; its confidence is quality.

The NOVITEC Group is one of the most respected and experienced companies in the industry. Since the beginning in 1989, the entrepreneurial vision and creativity of Wolfgang Hagedorn has evolved into what is now known throughout the world as NOVITEC. From the beginning, the focus of NOVITEC has been the Italian Sports Car. The extensive NOVITEC program is characterized by the highest quality products, precision and craftsmanship. None of that precision and craftsmanship was spared with these springs for the Huracan! They lower the 30mm in the front and 20mm in the rear.

Features:

  • Lower the front 30mm
  • Lower the rear 20mm
  • With and without Mag ride


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@Vividracing Any thoughts? Thx.

Yeah I replied on another thread but sometimes I dont get alerts on some things too.

It can depend on wheel/tire spec or the look you want. Some people want to run spacers on stock wheels or a larger wheel diameter with custom wheels and a more aggressive offset. I would have to do the math on overall diameters from a stock wheel/tire and an aftermarket larger wheel to see what the difference is if that is your plan
 

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Yeah I replied on another thread but sometimes I dont get alerts on some things too.

It can depend on wheel/tire spec or the look you want. Some people want to run spacers on stock wheels or a larger wheel diameter with custom wheels and a more aggressive offset. I would have to do the math on overall diameters from a stock wheel/tire and an aftermarket larger wheel to see what the difference is if that is your plan
That makes sense if going staggered. I didn’t think about that. If I’m going same size all the way around then what’s the recommendation. All things being equal it seems there should be a singular recommendation to either raise the front more or the back more, unless you’ve found from car to car they come at different heights from Italy. Thoughts and thx again?
 

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That makes sense if going staggered. I didn’t think about that. If I’m going same size all the way around then what’s the recommendation. All things being equal it seems there should be a singular recommendation to either raise the front more or the back more, unless you’ve found from car to car they come at different heights from Italy. Thoughts and thx again?

All things being the same it depends on your preference. Some say the Novitec is too low in front but for those that have smooth roads and no bumps around them like the look of a lower car. Weight transfer comes into play as well. This is more pronounced at high speeds and hard braking/acceleration like on a track. A lower front will have slightly more control under braking because the weight is already there and when the same under acceleration when the weight is already in back. It is very minor but can be detected in those extreme conditions
 
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