- World's leading Performance Suspension Spring System
- Engineered and tested to work perfectly with stock dampers
- First step towards a complete sport suspension system
- Lower centre of gravity
- Lowering = Traction + Attraction
- Progressive spring design
- Performance handling
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Parts are supplied for off-road use only and it is the responsibility of the customer to confirm with their local government regarding the legality of installing any parts for road use.
Installed the i30nline kit on my Cerato GT as the Cerato kit was still unavailable. This gave the perfect drop and really leveled the car out. More important was the improved ride quality! Can’t agree this part enough…. This is how the car should come from factory. Rides the bumps so much better would definitely recommend
I fitted the i30N-Line versions on my Cerato GT, ride comfort is much better and takes bumps alot smoother. Heard that the Cerato GT Versions have had alot of issues lately and were recalled, but these have no issues what so ever on the cerato. Lowers the car slightly not as much as the cerato versions but they do even out the car much better than the stock springs. Thanks so much!!!
They give the car the perfect stance. The springs just keep the car flat throughout corners and I can go much faster into turns. The wheels cover the whole wheel arch and paired with 15mm wheel spacers is actually beautiful.
So have finally fitted the springs they are a nice comfortable spring car handles more flatly and looks a bit nicer closer to the ground 😁
I have elantra 18 sr. Does exactly what you expected to and more. It's a bit stiff compare to factory so avoid potholes! But on normal roads you can't tell the difference but it's feel more grounded and no rolls during cornering. Add the rear sway bar and the car would be complete. I did the install myself, should have went to the shops. Got a seized front nut and couldn't get it off, had to go shops and paid to do it. The rear springs are the hardest to put on if you doing it on your own unless you loose the end links from the sway bar. Took me 6 hours all up as I took my time to do and did bit of cleaning as well.