[VIDEO] Lingenfelter Introduces a Front End Lowering Kit for the C8 Corvette

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[VIDEO] Lingenfelter Introduces a Front End Lowering Kit for the C8 Corvette


We’ve told you about the Lingenfelter Extreme-S exhaust for the new mid-engine Corvette, engineered jointly with Corsa Performance and costing $3,599.

Now the legendary tuning company has released a much less expensive revision for the C8 Stingray – a front lowering kit for just $99.95.

The kit – designed and engineered in the U.S. – is a replacement for the stock front lift actuator seat to allow owners to lower the front end of their car a maximum of 0.75 inch while retaining the OEM’s design and load tolerances of the front lift system.

[VIDEO] Lingenfelter Introduces a Front End Lowering Kit for the C8 Corvette


Also included is a 0.25-inch spacer that drops the car 0.50 inch for track tuning without the need for an all-new machined actuator seat.

Lingenfelter also provides a de-pinning tool to remove the pins from the shock connector on cars equipped with Magnetic Ride.

[VIDEO] Lingenfelter Introduces a Front End Lowering Kit for the C8 Corvette


The company says the spacer is precision machined from aluminum to achieve very tight tolerances for a precise fit over the shock body. Because of that, the stock shock or spring performance is not hindered, maintaining the factory ride, just providing a more aggressive and performance-oriented stance and improved handling.

A Spanner Wrench is also offered by Lingenfelter for $149.95 to adjust the rear suspension for the performance and stance all the way around that is desired by owners.


Source:
Lingenfelter.com via CarBuzz.com

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2 COMMENTS

  1. WOW, seams like a lot of work for 3/4” drop. I will worry about buying a C8 before considering installing this.

  2. Cars are low enough for the street, making it lower means better chance of tearing up the ground effects, my wife’s C6 scrapes a little when she pulls into our driveway.

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