Product Review MPP Sport Coilovers on Performance

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Got my sport coilovers installed. Wish I’d had the thin wall socket, but it was not that much harder without it. Would have been quicker though. Looks great and feels great so far. I was worried about my own driveway entrance angle, but so far that has not been a problem at recommended settings. 👍🏻
 

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Got my sport coilovers installed. Wish I’d had the thin wall socket, but it was not that much harder without it. Would have been quicker though. Looks great and feels great so far. I was worried about my own driveway entrance angle, but so far that has not been a problem at recommended settings. 👍🏻
The socket really does speed things up. Maybe we will look into having more machined down again. Thank you for the review!
 

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I just saw an i1Tesla video where he used a drill driver socket to install lowering springs. Wish I would have thought of trying that. That might be something folks could buy easily.
 

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I just saw an i1Tesla video where he used a drill driver socket to install lowering springs. Wish I would have thought of trying that. That might be something folks could buy easily.
That's very resourceful and an easier option than machining a socket.