I would imagine that as long as you have good struts/shocks, preferably adjustable, that you won't notice much different for street driving. Personally, I think a bit of rake vs. the stock heights will help handling a bit. Just lowering the front may make the front feel more responsive, accurate, and of course, stiffer. I wouldn't be too concerned about understeer, for now, lot's of owners think the cars oversteer too much anyway.what would be the negatives of a supra with lowered front springs like eibach and the factory springs on the back?? handling issues??
Thanks for the link, but I am wanting parts that are direct swap/bolt in that were designed for our Supras without any modifications.
Yeah, Kayaba GR-2s are comparable to Sensa-Tracs (which I put in the rear a couple years ago), but KYB are better in that they handle other suspension mods like lowering springs better.Im running a lowered front on coilovers on stock rear setup.
Drives just fine. Handles good.
Will handle better when I get better shocks and struts (gr2s blow even tho they are new).
I will probably be cutting a tad out of the rear for a little bit till I decide to get new springs.