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Old 06-27-2017, 02:22 PM
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I have been speaking to certain spring manufacturer who has some prototype progressive lowering springs for the Huracan (with magneto and front lift) in the testing phase.
Price will be considerably less than the current lowering option available
The springs will lower the vehicle by 22mm to 25mm all around
I am not a liberty to post pics of the test car.
I plan to do a group by once they are offered for sale.
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Sounds interesting!
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The Huracan is so low now that it occasionally scrapes on dips in the road.... what's going to happen when you lower it even more?
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The Huracan is so low now that it occasionally scrapes on dips in the road.... what's going to happen when you lower it even more?
The gap between the wheels and the fenders bothers me .
Now if you look under the car there is a weather striping right before the wheels, when you hear the scraping sound majority of the time that is touching the ground.
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That would be great. Keep us posted.
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The Huracan is so low now that it occasionally scrapes on dips in the road.... what's going to happen when you lower it even more?
I fully agree, I would not be able to go in/out the garage without the lift. The front painted part of the spoiler would scratch first, even before the plastic lip underneath. Also it seems the magneto dampers do not like the much. It is known that R8 that got lowered into that problem.

I have no problems with the stock look as the gap is the same to the top and the sides what makes it look homogen. When you lower it the gap to the top is smaller but to the sides it remains. Often it looks like a matchbox toy. Great for shows for sure, but for the road ?
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It is a personal preference.
Just by seeing how quick Novitec springs fly off the shelves it seems like a lot of people are lowered. I have ordered 7 sets in the last 4 months with each one being for my car but they are sold to a buyer who does not want to wait due to back orders from the factory.
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Lowered my car with the prototype set of springs.
Install was pretty easy.
Front lift is still functional without and errors
Ride quality is like stock.


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