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[VENDOR][FS] Kia Cadenza - Storm Lowering Springs



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The Kia Cadenza Storm Lowering Springs


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Storm springs are the number one manufacturer of lowering springs in Korea
Give your Cadenza an aggressive look while improving its performance
Built specifically to your Cadenzas handling characteristics
Tested in urban and track settings
Lower center of gravity
Progressive spring rate
Corner better

Vehicle Application:

2014+ Kia Cadenza (All models)

Ride Height:

Front 1.3" lower
Rear 1.25" lower





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I like the look; any data on how this changes the ride? Do it make the car really stiff or is it similar right just lower?
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I have not noticed the car riding any different, although I am not sure if I would have noticed. So, it might have changed a little.
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I have not noticed the car riding any different, although I am not sure if I would have noticed. So, it might have changed a little.
Installation pretty straight-forward?

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Installation pretty straight-forward?

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I paid a buddy mechanic to do it, I don't own the exp or tools. He did have a B of a time on the rears because there was not enough room to remove a bolt. Took some time to get it done but he got it!
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I like the look; any data on how this changes the ride? Do it make the car really stiff or is it similar right just lower?
Anytime you lower a car with lowering springs you will notice a slightly stiffer ride, this is due to the change in spring ration and height. It may easier to notice with some owners then others.

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I have not noticed the car riding any different, although I am not sure if I would have noticed. So, it might have changed a little.
Yep exactly. Also approximately how many mile or how much time has passed since you installed them on your Cadenza?

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Installation pretty straight-forward?

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Yes sir, should be the same as any other spring install. We always recommend professional installation as well.

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I paid a buddy mechanic to do it, I don't own the exp or tools. He did have a B of a time on the rears because there was not enough room to remove a bolt. Took some time to get it done but he got it!
Yeah I do the same, no time to work on my own cars these days.
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When installing these, I can probably do the rear... But for the front it looks like itll need a compression tool.

Is this true?
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When installing these, I can probably do the rear... But for the front it looks like itll need a compression tool.

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I do recall he did have to get the compression tool. He was able to get it at Advanced Auto (he works at one). I am unsure if it was front or back that needed it, though.
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