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Lowering

This is a discussion on Lowering within the Evoque Performance forums, part of the Land Rover Evoque Garage category; looking for input on if anyone has lowered their 2011 Evoque and are there any negative side effects or suggestions. TIA...

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    looking for input on if anyone has lowered their 2011 Evoque and are there any negative side effects or suggestions. TIA

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    I lowered a 2014 by relocating the lower depth stop/bracket to get more plunge into the knuckles. That's about an inch drop. No ill effects, though this method was chosen specifically to keep the piston located at the same point in the strut body for both durability and damping. I would like to get another 1+" with the H&R springs, but I'm not sure we'll do that. I think lowering springs are the only over-the-counter solution.

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    I lowered mine on H&R springs and I really like it. Drives great and looks cool as well. No downsides at all for me.

    A few recent pic after a year or so.

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