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I went ahead and had my CS lowered using H and R sports springs(1.4" front and 1.3" rear) and this is my opinion on lowering. Keep in mind that I've driven everything lowered, including hooptie Mazdas, to full street/race suspensions on Audi's and Honda's. The ride on them is truly not that bad, a little bouncier and you feel the road more, but not much more. This is on 45 series tires on front, and 40 on the back. If all you have ever driven are stock suv's and sedans, it will be different. If you lower anything that you can get your hands on, it wont bother you at all. This is after a day of use. When I picked up the CS from having it lowered, I honestly thought I was gonna be bouncing around and the shocks were going to be bottoming out because of some of the posts that I read here and on Rennlist, but that is not the case. I dont know how much the ride will change in the future, but I'll update and let you guys know. I think this is a must upgrade for Cayennes, it handles better and looks better, and the ride is not much worse.

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Please upload some pics when you have time. Would like to see what your CS looks like lowered.

I went ahead and had my CS lowered using H and R sports springs(1.4" front and 1.3" rear) and this is my opinion on lowering. Keep in mind that I've driven everything lowered, including hooptie Mazdas, to full street/race suspensions on Audi's and Honda's. The ride on them is truly not that bad, a little bouncier and you feel the road more, but not much more. This is on 45 series tires on front, and 40 on the back. If all you have ever driven are stock suv's and sedans, it will be different. If you lower anything that you can get your hands on, it wont bother you at all. This is after a day of use. When I picked up the CS from having it lowered, I honestly thought I was gonna be bouncing around and the shocks were going to be bottoming out because of some of the posts that I read here and on Rennlist, but that is not the case. I dont know how much the ride will change in the future, but I'll update and let you guys know. I think this is a must upgrade for Cayennes, it handles better and looks better, and the ride is not much worse.

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It sure looks a lot better lower. The handling has not been adversely affected? I'm thinking, the stock Porsche suspension setup must be amazing to begin with.

I am a pretty spirited driver at times and I feel like it has no adverse affects on the handling. I feel that it handles better with the wider wheels and lowered stance.

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