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.
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.
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.
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