Hi guys just looking for a bit of advice/feedback please. I’ve recently installed tein lowering springs ( 35mm kit ) on my 25th Anniversary but the front is sitting higher than the rears which had me a tad baffled so I emailed the company where I bought them from and after a bit of ’ research ’ they said it’s because of the weight of the power roof along with the lowering springs that has the car sitting high at the front.
Is this true? I’ve never heard of it and I know people that have fitted tein lowering springs to power top models with zero issues so any advice or feedback would really be appreciated.There is a kit on racing beat Europe site that says it addresses the ’ speed boat ’ effect so I’m thinking of buy it and getting it on the car.
Btw the listing for the kit on the RB site says that some manufacturers never adjusted their spring kits for the NC2 models and this is why I’m experiencing issues,HELP!!