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A suspension kit is a complete package of parts that can be used to improve or repair the suspension system of a car. These parts usually include shock absorbers, springs and sway bars, as well as other components that improve the car's suspension. The suspension system has two purposes: to improve how the car handles in turns and braking, and to protect the vehicle and its passengers from shocks due to bumps in the road. Most suspension systems rely on passive springs to cushion the impact of a bump, along with shock absorbers to control the motion of the springs. (Some systems, notably those in Citroen cars, rely on a hydro-pneumatic suspension instead.) Most systems also have sway bars, which connect the left and right wheels and prevent the vehicle from rolling over during turns. Another function of the suspension system support the load carried by the vehicle (as well as the weight of the vehicle itself) and to prevent the inertia from the weight of the load from detrimentally affecting the handling of the vehicle. For example, the suspension of a truck or other load-bearing vehicle is typically adjusted to bear a heavy load. If there is no load, passengers may find that the truck is uncomfortably bumpy. Vehicles made primarily to bear passengers, such as luxury cars or taxis, often have a "soft" suspension that better protects passengers from jarring due to bumpy terrain. Suspension kits are usually sold to improve a suspension system on an existing vehicle. The kits are usually tuned to improve a specific aspect of driving performance, such as resistance to rolling, enhanced ability to turn corners at high speed, or increased stability. "Lift kits" are specifically engineered to raise or lower a vehicle. Lower vehicles are used in racing; their low profile improves wind resistance. The lower profile is also considered more attractive to some drivers. Raised vehicles can accommodate larger wheels, which is important on vehicles such as "monster" trucks that have oversized tires.

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Suspension Kit Information

A vehicle Bilstein Suspension Kit has all the parts you need for updating the suspension parts that secure your vehicle's body to its frame.

For the most performance from your vehicle, look at a Bilstein suspension kit. Auto enthusiasts who enjoy optimized car or trucks recognize that absolutely nothing is more crucial than getting the best new parts. People who love their cars understand that only the best quality replacement parts should be installed. No matter if you race or just appreciate driving a high-performance vehicle, top quality aftermarket and OEM parts are vital. A suspension kit for your car or truck contains all of the needed springs, linkages and shock absorbers to make sure your vehicle provides a comfortable ride. Drivers will often use a suspension kit to modify the height of their vehicles. A suspension kit for a particular vehicle is made to prevent body and suspension damage which is caused by pot holes. A car suspension kit is a kit with all the parts used for updating the suspension parts that hook your vehicle's body to its frame. Off-road enthusiasts must obey their state's laws about their suspension kit because many areas have specific guidelines about suspension lifts.

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Very Satisfied
Reviewer: High Quality Fit and finish - Great road manners

Pros: Anodized Al shock body is lightweight and fits like factory

Good spring rates selected, firm but still retains the comfortable Lexus ride.

Cons: expensive compared to other Japanese options, but no gimmicks here.

Non-adjustable damping, but can be revalved easily by Bilstein dealers in the USA.

Don't permit hella drop, but can get maybe 2.0" lowering from them.

*Note: the stock upper spring perch and rubber bushing musy be removed and reused to complete the shock assembly.

2000 Lexus GS400 Suspension Kit

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