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https://www.kaplhenke.com/collections/240/products/240-coiloversThe coilovers I?ve seen seem like the require welding which I don?t know how to do. Are there any that just bolt in?
Where are you located? USA or?Ok thank you for your help. I think I?ll just deal with stock ride height and save up for real coilovers.
On a 240 it's not that big of a deal. I've had 240's with cut springs for 20+ years. I tracked them, auto-x'd them and driven quickly in the mountains where I grew up with out a single problem. I have 3 teenage boys, all drive 240's with cut springs daily.I considered cutting the springs but I heard that is kind of dangerous.
Every 240 is a little different and it depends on how low you want to be. I cut 1.5 off of my parent's (67 years old) 90 245. Rides better and handles better. Hardly notice it's lowered. My personal cars are usually 2.5-3 coils. If you don't want to be very low, 2 coils is a good place to start. That is close to the IPD sport spring height. Trim off more if you want to go lower. At 3+ you will really start to compromise ride quality as you will be running out of suspension travel.About how many coils did you cut off?