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raamaudio has done some calculations on teh suspension geometry of the tC and has come to the conclusion that if you lower the car more than an inch or so, your handling becomes greatly reduced. this might be something to think about. S-tech's also give the car a slanted forward look.
I thought that lowering a car increased the handling b/c on stiffer springs you get less body roll and with it being lower well it just looks better.Also whats the difference in price between s & h techs.
yes, lowering does lower the center of gravity and thus give better handling, but at a certain point the stock suspension pieces are taken out of their capabilities because you lowered it so much. I'm really not the person you want to talk about on this, i'm sure raam will be here tommorow when he swings by the forum.
h tech's are a littl emore expensive than s-tech's are.
I got s-tech's thinking that they would be great. They are, but the more I look at my car, The more I want the rear to come down another 3/4" to 1". The front could also use another 1/4" or so drop to just completely eliminate the wheel gap.
I'll be upgrading to some sort of coilover when my struts blow out.