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I had my APEX 35mm springs installed on my car by Atec Tuning


Standard hight


Start of the operation
Old spring
New

The rear springs are changed in 15 minutes.

Front wheel. Most of the time goes into the front suspension because the spring goes over the absorbers, they have to take the whole absorber out of the car to replace the spring.

Standard
-35mm (the angle of the photo is a little bit different but take it from me the car is a good bit lower :-)

The car will be going a little bit lower when the springs have settled.

19 Comments:

  1. Anonymous said...
    is the ride much stiffer with the 35mm springs? do you think u could get away with 16inch wheels and 35mm springs on 195tyres on a 107?
    Guido said...
    no problem should work if you have the correct offset. just check with a full load that the rear tires not touch the bodywork.
    Guido said...
    yes the ride is stiffer but still ok.
    Anonymous said...
    thanks. i may have my rear arches rolled like you have..seems like something that has to be done.

    do you have any problem with warrenty after changing your backbox?
    Guido said...
    I haven't checked.
    jimshady69 said...
    I have a Toyota Aygo and have just had the TTE lowering springs fitted and I am trying to find out if I can still fit 15" wheels with 195/45/15 tires.

    What size are your wheels?

    Thanks

    James
    Guido said...
    Team Dynamics alloy wheels (6.5x15”)
    I went for the 15” with the Dunlop SP9000 tyres (195 45ZR15)
    Anonymous said...
    hello, I have a peugeot 107 with 15 pouces wheels and i want to install lowering springs apex.
    have you some pictures please?
    I want to be sure that it's interesting! Because actually it's more a 4*4 than a tuning auto...
    Thanks for your answer!
    Guido said...
    what kind of pictures do you want?
    Anonymous said...
    many pictures of 107 with lowering springs.
    It's to be sure that I will happy if I buy lowering springs for my auto.
    Pictures where we sse the back, the front and the side of the car.
    Thanks
    Guido said...
    Please check the gallery section. In the dscription it will tell you if the cars have lowering springs.
    Anonymous said...
    Ok. But I research a car with the same specification. 195/45/15.
    here many cars have 16 pouces.
    Anonymous said...
    hello guido,
    I have a question to you.
    I want to install lowering spring on my 107, it's difficult to make?
    how do you make at the front and the back? it is different?
    thanks for your answers.
    Guido said...
    It's a big job it took the garage a few hours. The back springs are very easy, but the front are allot of work. the whole damper + spring has to come out, if you don't know what you are doing I wouldn't reccoment doing it yourself.
    Anonymous said...
    hello.
    I want to buy a set of apex lowering springs for my 107.
    My car has the same specification that your car...195/45/15.
    Have you some problem now, with this apex?
    Find you that the result is good?
    have you really enjoy?

    thank for your answer.
    Guido said...
    I've been riding with these springs now for 1.5 years and have no problems. Together with the wider tyres the car feels allot better in corners.
    Anonymous said...
    hello Guido.
    I have a 107 and I want to put it on your blog.
    But how?
    You can see pictures and video here.
    Thanks for your answer.

    My subject on forum. Answer on this website please. (in english)
    http://www.forum-auto.com/marques/Peugeot/sujet17163.htm

    Video here : http://fr.youtube.com/watch?v=KHrSKYviCfA

    Thanks you so much
    Guido said...
    just send me an email with your pictures.

    guidom at zonnet .nl
    Laura Bell said...
    I have received the new coil springs from Sterling spring supplier for my car, and I am going to put them in soon. Have you tried their products? They seem very good

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